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And the resistance to date, although humanly understandable, is all about politics, obfusticated with legalisms.
His head he found was somewhat obfusticated in drink: he could form no very clear understanding of what was happening and the natural malignity of streets worked on him so that he had no notion at all where he was in this maze of back alleys and cuts.
As I struggled with the laces, my companion took a quick glance over his shoulder—as though to ascertain that Asher had, in fact, departed—then leaned close to me and said, in a voice that was scarcely louder than a whisper: You had best hit the hay, Poe, for that liquor has made you downright obfusticated.
When she came down the man was still standing at the threshold smoking an obfusticated pipe.
I played a dirty trick on you and a dirtier one still when I took your half sov, I did, seeing that I ought to have known that you ere just an obfusticated youngster and no bilk as I called you to them flunkeys.