Another word for obscure

Verb

obscure - reduce a vowel to a neutral one, such as a schwa

blot out, hide, obliterate, obscure, veil - make undecipherable or imperceptible by obscuring or concealing

Example:- a hidden message

blur, confuse, obnubilate, obscure - make unclear, indistinct, or blurred

Example:- Her remarks confused the debate

bedim, obscure, overcloud - make obscure or unclear

Example:- The distinction was obscured

becloud, befog, cloud, fog, haze over, mist, obnubilate, obscure - make less visible or unclear

Example:- The stars are obscured by the clouds

Adjective

apart, isolated, obscure - remote and separate physically or socially

Example:- existed over the centuries as a world apart

obscure, unknown, unsung - not famous or acclaimed

Example:- an obscure family

obscure, unnoticeable - not drawing attention

Example:- an unnoticeable cigarette burn on the carpet

obscure, vague - not clearly understood or expressed

Example:- an obscure turn of phrase

dark, obscure - marked by difficulty of style or expression

Example:- much that was dark is now quite clear to me

hidden, obscure - difficult to find

Example:- hidden valleys

Tweets containing the word obscure

Source : WordNet