Thesaurus / obscure

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The star of his genius mounted, without a cloud to obscure it, in the firmament of the Church.

"And I am poor, obscure and—old," he finished, his eyes upon her face.

Southern HeartsFlorence Hull Winterburn

She was mysterious, significant, full of obscure meaning —like a symbol.

Tales of UnrestJoseph Conrad

But I think the proportion at least as large among the offspring of the great as among the children of the obscure.

Socialism was talked about in the reviews: some of us knew that an obscure Socialist movement was stirring into life in London.

It is the garb most likely to obscure and set backward even a Walpole or a Chesterfield in any impression of gentility.

The PresidentAlfred Henry Lewis

The society she mixed with was various, but, for the most part, obscure.

A Simple StoryMrs. Inchbald

So long as he was an obscure soldier his wife was contented to leave him in peace; but not so after his unexpected rise to fame.

As far as we can make out from an obscure style and a corrupt text, the following is the result arrived at.

AristotleGeorge Grote

Legacies, for some obscure and illogical cause, do modify attitudes towards marriages.

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