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Definitions of obscure:

part of speech: noun


part of speech: verb

To darken; to hide from view; to make less visible or intelligible; to conceal or disguise; to tarnish; to eclipse.

part of speech: adjective

Dark: not distinct: not easily understood: not clear or legible: unknown: humble: living in darkness.

part of speech: verb transitive

To darken: to make less plain.

part of speech: adjective

Without clearness or distinctness; as, an obscure view; shadowy; dim; dark; as, an obscure room; not easily understood; as, an obscure meaning; illegible; as, faint or obscure writing; remote; unknown; as, he lived in an obscure little village; secluded; humble; as, he occupied an obscure position.

part of speech: adjective

Dark; with, little- light; not- much- known; lying remote from observation; of humble condition; not easily read or understood; not clear.

part of speech: verb transitive

To darken or hide from view; as, clouds obscure the sun; to render less intelligible; as, to obscure one's meaning.

part of speech: adverb


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