The moon was obscured by dark clouds.
The room is too obscure for reading.
I wrote tortuous essay for obscure journals.
My view was obscured by the trees.
This language serves to disguise and obscure.
The veil she was wearing obscured her features.
The writer's meaning was obscured by his convoluted prose.
All trace of his working-class background was deliberately obscured.
The joke did not obscure the underlying seriousness of his point.
Her poor English obscured her meaning.
There are many minor and obscure poets in the age of Elizabeth.
His reasons remain obscure.
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His success obscured his failures.
I feel an obscure resentment.
Results The acute period of experimental VM,plasmosome obscure, mitochondrial crista partly cavitation and disappear, z-line obscure, and myolysis were observed by elecuotelescope.
The bleeder was shallow and active with an obscure origin, which made it difficult to cannulate using a steerable micro-guidewire and micro-catheter set.
Attractive and 'Pilfer-Proof' - A stapled box leaves a clear, unmarred surface;no part of the box is obscured (especially print) and the box achieves its function as a messenger.
At thirty he married an English girl, daughter of Jerome Dunn, the alpinist, and granddaughter of two Dorset parsons, experts in obscure subjects — paleopedology and Aeolian harps, respectively.
The Sefer Zohar or "Book of Splendour" is supposed to be the most authoritative Kabbalistic work, but this massive series of books is so obscure and symbolic as to be practically incom-prehensible.
A veil of mist obscured the view.
The Now becomes obscured by time.
The meaning of the passage is obscure.
Some parts of his letter are rather obscure.
What all this means, then, is slightly obscure.
A red carpet now obscures exquisite floor mosaics.
This obscure, obsolete, superseded country figures in Domesday.
Yes. Jonathan Gruber was pretty obscure until recently.
And the rhetorical battle obscures important areas of agreement.
He grew the bushy black beard that obscured his face.
A daughter's sedate pose might obscure years of unladylike behavior.
You always were good at pointing out potentially obscure comedy.
Whenever you run into it, it always obscures the truth.
We had difficulty in finding the obscure path through the forest.
But it was too obscure for them to put words on.
The environment is obviously important, but its role has remained obscure.
All these stuffy old white guys with their treatises and obscure terminologies.
An excellent question, but quite obscure, I'm going to say b) Hindi.
What all these epigenetic markers are doing remains obscure.
But the painting obscures their struggle to provide food for their household.