(b*sk"r*t), n. [L. obscuritas: cf. F. obscurit.] The quality or state of being obscure.
Syn. -- darkness; privacy; inconspicuousness; unintelligibleness; uncertainty.
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You are not for obscurity designed.
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They were now brought forth from obscurity, to be contemplated by artists with admiration and despair.
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Syn. -- Darkness; dimness; gloom. See Darkness.
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