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synonyms for obscurely

  • covertly
  • darkly
  • dingily
  • dully
  • duskily
  • gloomily
  • hazily
  • indecisively
  • indefinably
  • indefinitely
  • indistinctly
  • nebulously
  • secretly
  • tenebrously
  • thickly
  • unobtrusively
  • vaguely
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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It catches grammar, spelling, and punctuation mistakes, from the most basic to the obscure.
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Companies tempt consumers into guessing obscure tastes in special editions of everything from chips to cookies.
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Competitive Senate races are often messaged in a way that obscures this central fact as much as possible, due to the necessity of appealing to swing voters.
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Early in the outbreak, the lack of widespread testing had caused a shortage of data, obscuring the agency’s vision as the virus spread in Washington state, New York and New Jersey.
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They obscure incredibly important differences of how different groups of people in America are experiencing this pandemic.
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The polycarbonate lenses have impressive clarity, and a hydrophobic coating keeps sweat from obscuring your view.
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WORDS RELATED TO OBSCURELY

  • behind closed doors
  • behind someone's back
  • by stealth
  • clandestinely
  • confidentially
  • covertly
  • furtively
  • hush-hush
  • in camera
  • in confidence
  • in holes and corners
  • in secret
  • in strict confidence
  • insidiously
  • intimately
  • o
  • obscurely
  • on the QT
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