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synonyms for obscured

  • buried
  • concealed
  • cover
  • guarded
  • hidden
  • implied
  • obscure
  • shrouded
  • unsaid
  • ambiguous
  • covert
  • cryptic
  • dark
  • enigmatic
  • equivocal
  • personal
  • privy
  • remote
  • secondary
  • selfish
  • under cover
  • under wraps
  • undisclosed
  • undivulged
  • unexpressed
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antonyms for obscured

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  • bare
  • clear
  • exposed
  • expressed
  • obvious
  • open
  • stated
  • uncovered
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How to use obscured in a sentence

Old school video game “fog” and darkness would obscure the darkest regions of the game, most notably the aforementioned Valley of Defilement, which set the bog standard for similar levels, like the infamous “Blighttown” of “Dark Souls.”
‘DEMON’S SOULS’ REVIEW: THE IDEAL PLAYSTATION 5 LAUNCH GAMEGENE PARKNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Why Perdue got interested in an obscure tax regulation, which would impact at most only a small set of the richest Americans, is unclear.
GEORGIA SENATOR DAVID PERDUE PRIVATELY PUSHED FOR A TAX BREAK FOR RICH SPORTS TEAMOWNERSBY ROBERT FATURECHI AND JUSTIN ELLIOTTNOVEMBER 20, 2020PROPUBLICA
The company did not reveal how effective its labels are, except to say that when a label obscures a post, 95 percent of people do not click to see what is behind the warning screen.
FACEBOOK SAYS IT LABELED 180 MILLION DEBUNKED POSTS AHEAD OF THE ELECTIONRACHEL LERMAN, HEATHER KELLYNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Amplitudeologists argue that the field picture is obscuring simpler mathematical patterns.
WHAT IS A PARTICLE?NATALIE WOLCHOVERNOVEMBER 12, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
High and low, popular and obscure, new and old, holy and profane, Trebek put all of them on equal terms.
REMEMBERING ALEX TREBEK, THE MAN WITH ALL THE ANSWERSOLIVER ROEDERNOVEMBER 9, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
It raged about suspicious Sharpies in Arizona, about “irregularities” and “anomalies” in Georgia, about weaponized pizza boxes used to obscure democracy in Michigan, about “mathematical impossibilities” in Wisconsin, about ghosts in Philadelphia.
IT BEGAN ON A GOLD ESCALATOR. IT MAY HAVE ENDED AT FOUR SEASONS TOTAL LANDSCAPING.DAN ZAK, KAREN HELLERNOVEMBER 8, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The clouds may obscure the stars for a time overnight as lows settle into the low 40s to around 50.
PM UPDATE: ANOTHER PLEASANT EVENING AND A WARM END TO THE WORKWEEK FRIDAYIAN LIVINGSTONNOVEMBER 5, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Hackers typically launch attacks from compromised machines across various jurisdictions to obscure their tracks.
ARE CHINESE SPIES TRYING TO HACK THIS ANTICENSORSHIP STARTUP? ITS EXECS BELIEVE SORHHACKETTFORTUNENOVEMBER 5, 2020FORTUNE
The source of such calls is frequently obscured as the call switches across different telecom networks with different technical protocols.
ELECTION ROBOCALLS: WHAT WE KNOW AND WHAT WE DON’TJAMES TEMPLENOVEMBER 4, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
The modern AI revolution began during an obscure research contest.
AI PIONEER GEOFF HINTON: “DEEP LEARNING IS GOING TO BE ABLE TO DO EVERYTHING”KAREN HAONOVEMBER 3, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
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WORDS RELATED TO OBSCURED

  • blocked
  • closed
  • closed at one end
  • concealed
  • dark
  • dead-end
  • dim
  • disguised
  • impassable
  • leading nowhere
  • obscured
  • obstructed
  • secluded
  • unmarked
  • without egress
  • without exit
  • covered
  • entombed
  • hidden
  • interred
  • obscured
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