adjective, ob·scur·er, ob·scur·est.
verb (used with object), ob·scured, ob·scur·ing.
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He could, theoretically, present himself as a model citizen who made a mistake while obscuring what the mistakes been.
The Guardian recently wondered whether “the breasts are obscuring the message.”
One of the wages of polarization is the obscuring of what once was broad common ground even on supposed culture war issues.
Her body was covered with a blanket when it was found inside a cavern of the ancient walls, obscuring it from view.
This convivial mask he wears, along with his omnipresent flask, is obscuring a deep hurt stemming from his father.‘The Spectacular Now,’ Starring Shailene Woodley and Miles Teller, Is One of Sundance’s Best|Marlow Stern|January 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Already fogs of controversy are obscuring many of the facts of the war.G. H. Q.|Frank Fox
The supporting girder in this instance is embedded in the wall and coated over with adobe, obscuring the construction.A Study of Pueblo Architecture: Tusayan and Cibola|Victor Mindeleff and Cosmos Mindeleff
The high land mentioned yesterday took, in spite of the obscuring haze, a distinguishable outline.Adrift in the Arctic Ice Pack|Elisha Kent Kane
Mr. Lowell himself noticed that the markings seemed to have a kind of obscuring veil over them.Other Worlds|Garrett P. Serviss
It is obscuring God, unless the ‘Me’ is God manifest in the flesh.