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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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A company commander must coordinate and integrate obscuration assets throughout the tactical operation to effectively obscure movement and maneuver at critical times.
Lack of appreciable particles in the water and other solutions was confirmed by measurement by light obscuration and flow imaging.
Cervical cytology report information retrieved included sample adequacy (satisfactory or unsatisfactory), whether the sample was identified as obscured, and whether obscuration was caused by blood.
Thus, the issue is not one of "particle (size) to fit into the obscuration window," but the physical problem of getting the CM cloud -- whatever the material & its particle size -- into the beam/RRC of the incoming missile, in a timely fashion to be effective.
Some forms of obscuration absorb light and have different scattering properties.
So manifold is the obscuration of self in Sartor Resartus that it seems perverse to introduce it as a point of reference, and indeed Corbett's references to it soon drop away.
For instance, the Trika school seems to achieve some of its results by splitting the two dimensions of maya identified in Advaita as avarana and viksepa by assigning viksepa to Isvara (here Siva) as His power of self-projection, leaving avarana or obscuration as the defining feature of maya, perhaps not a surprising development in a system which glides with equal ease between 'monism' and monotheism.
17, states: "Downwind of Kuwait, the obscuration of sunlight might significantly reduce the surface temperature locally.
Target obscuration by mainlobe clutter is reduced using multiple PRFs.
The HRNVS has other advantages compared to existing systems, such as reduced peripheral obscuration, reduced forward projection and swept volume, zero-halo, and the capabilities for digital image enhancement, recording night vision imagery and overlaying symbology.
Tenders are invited for the purpose of this contract is to set forth the terms and conditions by which the contractor shall provide exterior window obscuration window film andinstallation.
Caption: A STREAMER OF OBSCURATION In this smoothed reconstruction from 5 minutes of data around a "primary" transit, the planetoid speeding around WD 1145 (black disk, drawn to scale) is surrounded by an opaque dust cloud with a thick extension orbiting behind it and a sparser, narrower extension ahead of it.
The Mindanao areas will have a good view of the partial solar eclipse, having an eclipse obscuration of up to 80 percent while the Luzon and the Visayas areas' eclipse obscuration ranges from 30 to 60 percent and 60 to 70 percent respectively, Pagasa said.
When mountain obscuration is a snow storm extending from the ground to the flight levels, it's always a better idea to drive, even when the passes are coated with deep fresh snow.
Lifting its title and marrow from Solnit's 2008 essay "The Blue of Distance," this exhibition presents works by nine artists who engage this particular phenomenon of obscuration.