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ob·scure
[uhb-skyoor]
ADJECTIVE [OB·SCUR·ER, OB·SCUR·EST.]
1.
(of meaning) not clear or plain; ambiguous, vague, or uncertain: an obscure sentence in the contract.
2.
not clear to the understanding; hard to perceive: obscure motivations.
3.
(of language, style, a speaker, etc.) not expressing the meaning clearly or plainly.
4.
indistinct to the sight or any other sense; not readily seen, heard, etc.; faint.
5.
inconspicuous or unnoticeable: the obscure beginnings of a great movement.
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Obscure is a survival horror video game developed by Hydravision Entertainment and published by DreamCatcher Interactive in North America, Ubisoft in China ...

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Obscure definition, (of meaning) not clear or plain; ambiguous, vague, or uncertain: an obscure sentence in the contract. See more.

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Define obscure: not well-known : not known to most people — obscure in a sentence.

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For some time now, Leafmore High School has been the setting for unexplained disappearances. In this survival horror game, you take control of a group of 5 ...

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If something is obscure, it's vague and hard to see. Be careful if you're driving in heavy rain — the painted lines can be obscure.

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not discovered or known about; uncertain, not clearly exp... Meaning, pronunciation, example sentences, and more from Oxford Dictionaries.

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The comparative obscurer and superlative obscurest, though formed by valid rules for English, are less common than more obscure and most obscure.