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How to use obfuscate in a sentence

He reserves particular condemnation for phrases like “let me be clear,” which is used here in Hawley’s tweet as code for “let me obfuscate.”
CONSERVATIVES CRYING ‘ORWELL’ ARE DOWNRIGHT ORWELLIANRON CHARLESJANUARY 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The opposite is true as well—an overwhelming data dump can be designed to obfuscate the facts on the ground.
ESG INVESTING IS BIGGER THAN EVER. HERE’S HOW YOU CAN SAVE THE WORLD, AND YOUR PORTFOLIOKDUNN6OCTOBER 11, 2020FORTUNE
So I’m really worried in some ways about these technical standards becoming a kind of checkbox that needs to be ticked, and that then ignores or obfuscates the other forms of harms that these technologies have when they’re applied.
EIGHT CASE STUDIES ON REGULATING BIOMETRIC TECHNOLOGY SHOW US A PATH FORWARDKAREN HAOSEPTEMBER 4, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
It’s something that’s easy to go back to – despite the obfuscating verbiage, the characters are working through the same things we are today.
VIDAL VS. BUCKLEY PLAY REINVENTED AS FILMPATRICK FOLLIARDAUGUST 8, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
Using a service called a Virtual Private Network could help organizers obfuscate their Internet traffic.
GOING TO A PROTEST? HERE'S HOW TO PROTECT YOUR DIGITAL PRIVACYPATRICK LUCAS AUSTINJUNE 17, 2020TIME
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WORDS RELATED TO OBFUSCATE

  • adumbrate
  • becloud
  • befog
  • blur
  • darken
  • dim
  • eclipse
  • envelop
  • fog
  • gloom
  • mist
  • obfuscate
  • overcast
  • overshadow
  • shade
  • shadow
  • veil
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