English words and Examples of Usage

use "obscure" in a sentence

To them, the border between reality and fantasy is obscure.

They had once been previously mentioned in an obscure travel book.

This thin layer could be enough to obscure the ice below on comets.

Today is one of America's more obscure and unusual commemorations.

I would play a song, some old obscure blues song and she knew what it was.

Unfortunately however, backward legislation may serve to obscure such history.

More to the point, they will obscure her very real strengths as a leader.

You don't have to do anything complicated or load up on all manner of obscure investments.

And maybe they're trying more obscure, less expensive cuts like flat iron or skirt steaks.

For all his genius he is as obscure as ever.

Gilbert Chesterton once observed that tradition means giving votes to the most obscure of all classes, our ancestors. It is the democracy of the dead.

James Feibleman once suggested that it is better to be famous than notorious, but better to be notorious than obscure.

His jokes are so obscure that no one understands them.

James Feibleman once said that it is better to be famous than notorious, but better to be notorious than obscure. observe

The reason why he left the tennis club is obscure.

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