- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of obscure.
“Intentional or not, the label obscures an extraordinary story.”
“■ The term obscures rather than clarifies meaning.”
“There have long been black suburbs, ethnic suburbs, young singles suburbs, married-with-children suburbs, working-class suburbs, upper-middle affluent suburbs, retirement suburbs -- the label obscures everything important in politics.”
“The term obscures the true goal: to defeat radical fundamentalist Islam's goal of a worldwide Caliphate through militant jihad.”
“Too often, the fight for the title obscures other, important changes that will shape the sport not just on the grid, but off the track in 2011.”
“The use of this term obscures, I think, the real character of the causation, and has led to nothing but confusion.”
“What the hullabaloo over "Taliban Dan" obscures is the barrage of in-your-face assaults by Grayson that built to this juncture.”
“I kind of think the phrase obscures more than it reveals myself.”
“But for purposes of understanding, I suspect the word obscures more than it clarifies.”
“Grouping them together under a poorly-fitting label obscures these differences for political purposes.”
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