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Meanwhile, Mowers is facing a congressional ethics investigation for obscuring his past work for big pharmaceutical companies by illegibly writing that information on his disclosure forms.

Google’s recent, and future, applications of natural language processing and AI will be aimed at removing those tradeoffs so that it can serve relevant results, no matter how obscure a query might be or where on a site that information lives.

The scams and subsequent law enforcement stings left a stench of disrepute on the broader crypto industry—one that has helped obscure the real progress made by ventures like Filecoin and Polkadot.

From Fortune

However, those averages could obscure dramatic changes in individual performance, if about half of winners continued to improve their performance while the other half returned to their previous level of performance.

It catches grammar, spelling, and punctuation mistakes, from the most basic to the obscure.

Hamad said somewhat obscurely that he is moving “to another position” to serve “my homeland and its people.”

Some 50 detectives are now poring over this paperwork in the obscurely named "Operation Weeting."

And for the first time there crept into Rose's obscurely suffering soul, a fear and a jealousy of Mrs. Brodrick.

There might be logical causes, buried obscurely under remote events, for everything that had transpired.

At the beginning of Queen Mary's reign he had given up all his preferments and lived privately and obscurely.

We trace them obscurely under the denomination of "Seekers," their distinguishing principle being the doctrine of an inward light.

This simile is nobly conceived, but expressed somewhat obscurely.


On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to obscurely, such as: covertly, darkly, dingily, dully, duskily, and gloomily.

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