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ambiguous unclear; uncertain; obscure. [1/2 definitions]
becloud to confuse or obscure. [1/2 definitions]
bedim to make dim, dark, or obscure.
befog to cover with mist or fog; obscure. [1/2 definitions]
blear to blur or partially obscure (eyes or sight). [1/2 definitions]
bleep to obscure (a recorded sound) by substituting a beep, as in censoring profanity on a television program; blip. [1/2 definitions]
blot to cover or make dim; obscure (usu. fol. by "out"). [1/8 definitions]
blur to cause to run together or become obscure or confused, as by smearing. [1/7 definitions]
bop1 a form of jazz music having complex rhythms and harmonies which overlay and frequently obscure the melody.
cloudy not clear; obscure. [1/5 definitions]
confuse to make obscure or indistinct. [1/3 definitions]
corner a remote or obscure place or region. [1/10 definitions]
darken to make murky or obscure. [2/6 definitions]
darkly so as to be dark or obscure. [1/2 definitions]
deep obscure, hard to understand, or profound. [1/13 definitions]
detection the revelation or discovery of that which is hidden or obscure. [1/2 definitions]
doublespeak obscure or confusing language, esp. when intentionally used.
eclipse to make obscure or darker. [1/6 definitions]
extinguish to eclipse or obscure. [1/4 definitions]
fine print the part of a document, such as a contract or policy, that is set apart from the rest by smaller type, or is deliberately written to obscure some possibly disadvantageous aspect.
fog to cover, enclose, or obscure with or as if with a fog. [2/8 definitions]