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  • verb Present participle of obscure.

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Examples

  • Emotional, immovable, perpetual, by the stream that called to the gods, ten gods, of knowledge occurring to rock, or ignorance of the name obscuring daylight.

    precious body

  • The caveats there, almost embarrassed — and embarrassing, too, as Mailer grunts that if he lost his country, he might also lose his fictional subject — are less important than the admission that they are half intended to qualify and cannot entirely succeed in obscuring: the gruff admission that our Norman could be a patriot after all.

    Master of Conventions

  • The caveats there, almost embarrassed — and embarrassing, too, as Mailer grunts that if he lost his country, he might also lose his fictional subject — are less important than the admission that they are half intended to qualify and cannot entirely succeed in obscuring: the gruff admission that our Norman could be a patriot after all.

    Master of Conventions

  • The couplets are so well matched there is no point in obscuring them and a director should give in and run with them.

    Ashland: The Comedy of Errors

  • The caveats there, almost embarrassed — and embarrassing, too, as Mailer grunts that if he lost his country, he might also lose his fictional subject — are less important than the admission that they are half intended to qualify and cannot entirely succeed in obscuring: the gruff admission that our Norman could be a patriot after all.

    Master of Conventions

  • That is, the content of C is not important, only its function in obscuring U.

    Real Motivations

  • The role of subspecies in obscuring avian biological diversity and misleading conservation policy.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • As she says this, she's pressing Xander's head into her neck and boobs, once again obscuring his face - and I envy her.

    The Worst Movie I Have Ever Seen - The Death Of Xander

  • Someone could write a valuable monograph on the use of question-begging names and epithets, and their effect in obscuring political controversies.

    As I Please

  • We came clown and, to our dismay, there was a fine drizzle of rain obscuring the whole countryside.

    With The R.A.F. Over Europe

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