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Synonyms for obscured

lying beyond what is obvious or avowed

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To delineate this legitimacy, we chose and trimmed two unique districts from the in formation obscured picture and assessed.
"Mr Chamberlain contacted the Streetscene service to express his concerns regarding highway signs being obscured by overgrowth," he said.
Motorists approaching the roundabout from the A46 are unable to see a 40mph sign because it is obscured by a bush.
Yesterday, his conviction was quashed by two senior High Court judges in London who ruled that, because of an obscured sign, he had not had sufficient warning he was passing from a 40mph zone into a 30mph stretch.
Yesterday his conviction was quashed by two senior High Court judges in London who ruled that, because of an obscured sign, he had not had sufficient warning that he was passing from a 40mph zone into a 30mph stretch.
Most of it is hidden under a canopy of boxwood, hebe, iris, and peony foliage, but what isn't obscured by the shrubs is now covered by a carpet of woolly thyme (Thymus pseudolanuginosus).
Dworkin's focus on violent male abuse of women obscured the fact that in Western history, patriarchy far more commonly took the form of paternalism and special protections.
Here, Arnolfini's face floats behind the bubble helmet's glass, most of his dark robes obscured by the pillowy spacesuit, while his bare hand clasps that of his wife, who stands in all her verdant finery on lunar sands.
And is hers the smiling visage half obscured by the box--which expands when you click on it to provide a verbose answer and a possibly, related link to a recent Hillier project.
These essays also show that in public history settings, the presentation of social history remains in a state of evolution, sometimes embraced but more often neglected or purposefully obscured.
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.
But it's not easy to see many of the good things or the junk in plasma because they're often obscured by a few over-whelmingly abundant proteins.
When the conscience is weakened the sen se of God is also obscured, and as a result, with the loss of this decisive inner point of reference, the sense of sin is lost.
All over the country vital sightlines for drivers are being obscured at places where vegetation has been allowed to grow far too close to the carriageway.
We report two cases in which intranasal neoplasms were obscured as a result of a significant distortion of the normal anatomy.