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Synonyms for obscure

Synonyms for obscure

deficient in brightness

not readily noticed or seen

not known or not widely known by name

liable to more than one interpretation

to conceal in obscurity

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Synonyms for obscure

make less visible or unclear

make unclear, indistinct, or blurred

make obscure or unclear

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reduce a vowel to a neutral one, such as a schwa

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make undecipherable or imperceptible by obscuring or concealing

not clearly understood or expressed

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marked by difficulty of style or expression

difficult to find

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not famous or acclaimed

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not drawing attention

remote and separate physically or socially

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Nonetheless, the movement of vehicle amid the introduction time would bring about the obscure of preview picture.
Presently, CE is indicated in the diagnosis of obscure gastrointestinal bleeding.
In a rare foray into the present century (via E W Swanton, Randolph Turpin and Sir Len Hutton), Keating, 107, bemoans the fact that Ogenerations of uninterested viewers have been inflicted with wall-to-wall races from obscure tracks with minimal scenery, even more minimal crowds .
Performance of repeat capsule endoscopy in patients with obscure GI bleeding who had a negative or suboptimal first capsule endoscopy often reveals new findings and leads to changes in patient management, according to findings from a retrospective study.
This image works as an obscure palimpsest in which it is difficult to discern which layer tops the other.
N, Morrell's Flowers and Fruits of the Wilderness to more obscure documents such as S.
Tozzi's realm is a subterranean world of arcane rules and obscure alphabet-soup agencies.
The prisoner alleged that officials and staff interfered with the practice of his obscure religion by destroying mail that had religious content, ignoring dietary restrictions imposed by his religion, housing members of his religion in separate living areas so that they could not congregate or discuss their beliefs, and excluding literature and videos containing his religious beliefs.
Wireless video capsule endoscopy had very high diagnostic accuracy for obscure lesions of the small bowel in children aged 10-18 years in a recent prospective study, Dr.
However, some of the topics suggested were deemed too obscure, including the natural life of a goldfish and railway routes in Britain and contract bridge.
Colonoscopy and small bowel follow-through were performed in those with suspected occult Crohn's disease; gastroscopy, colonoscopy, and small bowel follow-through were performed in those with suspected intestinal polyposis; and colonoscopy, gastroscopy, and arteriography were performed in those with suspected occult or obscure gastrointestinal bleeding.
Another gastric problem that needs to be detected at an early stage is obscure digestive tract bleeding, suspected to be located in the small intestines.
Drawing on a variety of sources, editors Herbert Woodward Martin and Ronald Primeu have assembled pieces that are both well-known and obscure.
He had been an obscure young line coach at an obscure little college in Nowhere, America when he had an article published in Scholastic Coach.
So the Insiders, who conspire for a world without freedom, must obscure their global ambitions.