- n. Plural form of obfuscation.
“He then indicated that I was the dishonest one for stating other admin obfuscations and distortions prior to the invasion …”
“This morning in an interview that would cause a turkey buzzard to regurgitate a week old piece of road kill, David Gregory let Harry Reid get away with more obfuscations than a late night informercial spokesman.”
“Two obfuscations stand out as particularly galling and worthy of immediate challenge.”
“Facing up to its threat without politically correct obfuscations is a government duty.”
“Your obfuscations are so entirely facile, I now begin to wonder if you really have a premise.”
“Over the Dolphins stadium's public address system, Bailar asked God, "Father and Mother of us all," to protect his "gentle dophins" from the "voracious beasts of prey" and to "limit ... the obfuscations of sportscaster Howard Cosell acidulous tongue, so that he may describe this night truly and grammatically as it is...”
“So many writers make it sound like the key to getting a good job is a series of gimmicks and obfuscations.”
“Chairman Phil Angelides, a former California treasurer, synthesized vast amounts of information and neatly cut through witnesses' obfuscations.”
“Your Meet The Press most recent obfuscations were way too much!”
“The lies will get bigger, the obfuscations more bold, and the cognitive inflexibility more surreal.”
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