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  • The meaning of "Obscure" in various phrases and sentences

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    2. First meaning: Obscure is usually used to describe someone or something that is not normal, not well known. For example, if somebody owned an Obscure car it would be a car that is not well known and a different. Second meaning: To keep something from being seen, to hide/conceal. For example, “the man sitting in front of me is obscuring my vision”

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    2. not discover or known about or uncertain

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    2. To obscure means to hide or blur something by concealing or masking it, rendering it vague and unclear, blurry (as opposed to keeping it in a secret or improbable location) The rainclouds have obscured the sun (sailed in front of it) The desert heat waves, rising from the ground, have obscured their vision. Stepping behind the stained glass, I obscured myself from the watchful eyes of the viewers

  • Example sentences using "Obscure"

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    2. I like listening to music by a lot of obscure bands. He was obscuring my view of the scenery. After the incident, he faded into obscurity. His emotional state obscured the clarity of his mind.

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    2. Ex 1:After the rain the roads became misty and obscure. Ex 2: The book, with many details and metaphors, was obscure. The original meaning of obscure is: something that is hard to see. People use it to say they can’t physically OR mentally see something and that it is unclear.

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    2. The meaning of his essay was so obscure The view of the front of the house is obscured by the large trees

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    2. The moon obscured the sun during the eclipsed. The moon was obscured by clouds. Baseball is becoming obscure. What an obscure reference. The video tape is now obscure.

  • Synonyms of "Obscure" and their differences

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    2. To describe pictures or art, the vocabulary can be difficult. It can be very subjective - each person can have their own understanding. "Obscure" means "hidden" or "hard to see." "Vague" means "unclear" or "poorly defined". "Ambiguous" means "can have two meanings" or "can be understood more than one way." Because the colors are clear and bright, I don't think obscure or vague work. But I don't know if it has two "meanings". has a good suggestion: abstract.

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    2. Good question! obscure can be literal (real) or not. as a verb: The snow obscured my vision. obscure can also mean = vague or unclear. In this case, just use vague or unclear! unclear = hard to tell /uncertain because you can't see/hear or know. Something has to be unclear. I'm unclear on what you are looking for, because you were vague on the details. Vague = not enough of something : like information, or senses (not things like oranges). He only gave me a few vague details, I'm not sure how to proceed. I asked him a lot of questions, but his answers were vague. these words are synonyms (and usually different parts of speech) but are used in different ways. I'm not a fan of using grammar terminology, so IMHO, The best way to understand them is in sentences. I'll post some links.

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    2. In my opinion, vague means something that is not very clear, something that is not very well studied upon. Obscure is something that is not very common, like a line from your favourite cult classic that your friends never understand. Obscure can also be used a verb, as in something obscuring your view.

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    2. vague: not completely understood; not well formed; not clear "Thank you for explaining that term to me, it was vague up until you cleared it up." obscure: not well known; not easy to understand: understood by few people "Paleontology (the study of ancient animal fossils) is an obscure field as not many people know of it, the out of the few who do, only some understand it."

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    2. Something that is obscured is hidden or hard to see Something that is disguised is hidden or hard to see on purpose/with intent At least that's how I would describe it

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