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Definition of "obscured" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of obscure. (verb)

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Use "obscured" in a sentence
  • "He drove easily, hand resting lightly on the gear shift, his expression obscured by the sunglasses he’d pulled from the door pocket."
  • "One thing that constant filibustering has obscured is that the Democratic majority in the Senate is actually marginally stronger than their majority in the House."
  • "Utterly obscured is the number that really matters, the absolute benefit (Brawley did not respond to an email requesting comment)."