Origin of obscurant
Examples from the Web for obscurant
Overhead the ionic field was aglow, humming softly, beating back the obscurant mists.One Purple Hope!|Henry Hasse
Whoever confessed his faith in the truths of the Bible was called an obscurant.Life of Luther|Gustav Just
Shun double-entendres, prurient jocosity, and pestiferous profanity, obscurant or apparent.Humorous Hits and How to Hold an Audience|Grenville Kleiser
British Dictionary definitions for obscurant
Word Origin and History for obscurant
1878, from Latin obscurantem (nominative obscurans), present participle of obscurare (see obscure (v.)).