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Condemning them obscures the larger message to be taken from this atrocious crime.

Applying the apartheid label is incorrect—and is also confusing because it obscures the tyranny which is in force.

The final result was 2-0, one of those football scores that obscures as much as it reveals.

Whether you like his approach or not, because of these efforts Scalia has an influence that calling him a “Court of One” obscures.

What plays as depthless violence and bruising circus on screen obscures commercial pragmatism.

Dim, forgotten perils of adolescence come to my mind, as a cloud obscures the summer sun.

And, completely as his conceit obscures it, he has every endowment nature can bestow, except common sense!'

But his eyes see so much that they make one see even what his foggy voice obscures.

Generally the hand of rural art and labor rather interprets than obscures the plan of nature.

Indeed one almost thinks that perhaps civilisation obscures that appreciation.


On this page you'll find 62 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to obscures, such as: blind, dim, darken, confuse, disguise, and mask.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.