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Synonyms for becloud

make less visible or unclear

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The challenge is to ensure that public overreaction and professional defensiveness do not becloud the issues.
To her credit, Ozick feels deeply, but she never allows feelings, which a true essayist would consider suspect, to becloud reason.
4) Whatever philosophical puzzles may becloud our understanding of rights, the reasons why fights talk remains so familiar and robust an idiom are essentially political and rhetorical, not metaphysical in nature.
What I expected was a fragrance, an essence, as advertised by the exhibition's trademark title, "Clemente"--as if murmured, by one of those Euro-teens who trip up to you in Bloomingdale's, squeeze an atomizer, and becloud you with the latest scent.
See Sara Webb, Asia's Financial Woes Becloud International Markets, WALL ST.
The forced complicity of the victims with the death camps in the "grey zone" is here compared with those who deliberately blur the distinction between victim and victimizer: "confusing the two roles means wanting to becloud our nee d for justice at its foundation" (33).
Borrowed materials do not necessarily simplify or explicate passages, but often becloud them.
Although they may be gratifying, such internalized authority figures tend to becloud consciousness and damp critical spirit.
Yet that goal is at best decades away, and issues such as technology transfer can becloud even the most sensitive of crystal balls over such a distance.
Croatian telecommunications equipment manufacturer Ericsson Nikola Tesla announced a contract to help Belarusian operator beCloud develop its LTE services.
To Botwe, (who is considered to be a dark horse in the race), the cash being splashed on the potential delegates will not in any way becloud their judgement since they are "discerning and well informed to make the right choice".
But misunderstandings based on the reporting of the day would continue to becloud the historians who tried to write the second rough draft of history.
Eden, a young aspiring poet, a "mapmaker" (2), who wants to become the successor of Hughes and Baldwin, arrives in Paris in September 1986 only to have the decay and squalor of her surroundings becloud her illusions.
And, after some 11 years now since the first announcement, it appears that most of the uncertainty remains in the various practical approaches and theoretical models that continue to becloud the controversy.
Such suggestions, and others less intelligible, becloud the essay's stronger ideas (e.