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[ɒbskjˈʊ͡əd], [ɒbskjˈʊ‍əd], [ɒ_b_s_k_j_ˈʊə_d]

Synonyms for Obscured:

concealed (adjective)

anonymous, buried, camouflaged, censored, cloaked, concealed, covert, disguised, enshrouded, hidden, hush-hush, masked, screened, secret, stealthy.

invisible (adjective)

dark, imperceptible, indiscernible, invisible, latent, unapparent, unobservable.

shady (adjective)


blackened (verb)

blackened, darkened, eclipsed, shadowed.

concealed (verb)

blinded, covered up, hid, hushed.

confused (verb)

baffled, clouded, confused, flustered, misconstrued, mistaken, mistook, muddled, perplexed.

darkened (verb)

dimmed, shaded.

dimmed (verb)


obscured (verb)

obfuscated, overshadowed.

shaded (verb)

covered, curtained, veiled.

Other synonyms and related words:

Beclouded, Darksome, Paled, absorb, abstruse, accept, arcane, armored, beamless, bedazzled, bedeviled, bedimmed, befoged, befuddled, benighted, between the lines, beyond one, black, black as night, blacked, bleared, blind, blindfold, blindfolded, blotted, blued, blurred, blurry, bury, cabbalistic, caliginous, cased, ceiled, close, closed, clouded over, cloudy, coated, commoned, complex, complicated, conceal, confounded, consume, coped, corrupted, cowled, crabbed, cramp, crepuscular, cryptic, dappled, dark as night, dark as pitch, darked, darkling, dazed, dazzled, defiled, delitescent, deplete, difficult, dim, discombobulated, disconcerted, dormant, drop, dull, dulled, dusked, dusky, eat, ebon, ebony, effaced, encapsulated, encapsuled, encased, engross, entomb, enveloped, enwrapped, esoteric, excecate, extinguished, faint, fainted, filmed, fined, floored, flurried, foggy, forget, foxed, fuddled, fuzzy, garbled, gloomed, gloomy, guarded, hard, hard to understand, hazy, hibernating, hidden from sight, hide, higgledy-piggledy, hooded, hoodwinked, housed, humbled, ill-defined, illegible, immerse, impenetrable, impermeable, in a cloud, in a fog, in a haze, in a mist, in eclipse, in purdah, in the wings, incommunicado, indistinct, indistinguishable, intangible, intricate, jumbled, killed, knotty, leave, loricate, loricated, lost, lowed, lurking, mantled, minuted, misted, misty, mottled, muddied, muddy, muffled, murky, mysterious, mystic, mystical, mystified, nebulous, night-black, night-clad, night-cloaked, night-dark, night-enshrouded, night-filled, night-mantled, night-veiled, non-translucent, non-transparent, obfuscate, obliterated, obscure, occult, occulted, occupy, opaque, out of sight, overclouded, overtechnical, overwhelm, packaged, pale, paved, perdu, pitch black, pitch-dark, pitchy, possible, potential, private, privy, rayless, recondite, roofed, roofed-in, scrambled, scummed, secluded, secluse, secrete, secreted, separated, sequestered, shadowy, sheathed, shelled, shielded, shrouded, sleeping, slurred, smeared, smoky, smutched, snow-blind, snow-blinded, somber, sombre, soured, starless, strayed, submerged, subside, sullied, sunless, swallow, swathed, tainted, tenebrious, tenebrose, tenebrous, tented, tough, turbid, ulterior, unclear, undefined, under an eclipse, under cover, under house arrest, under the surface, under wraps, undercover, underground, underlying, unilluminated, unknown, unlighted, unlit, unmanifested, unnoticed, unsay, untransparent, vague, vagued, virtual, walled, walled-in, weak, weakened, withdraw, wrapped, wrapped in clouds.

Rhymes for Obscured:

  1. procured, cured, secured, toured, lured;
  2. endured, inured, ensured, allured, assured, insured, matured;
  3. unsecured, uninsured, reassured;

Quotes for Obscured:

  1. The fatal metaphor of progress, which means leaving things behind us, has utterly obscured the real idea of growth, which means leaving things inside us. Gilbert K. Chesterton.
  2. I see a lot of movies. I love films as a spectator, and that's never obscured by the part of me that does the work myself. I just love going to the movies. Daniel Day Lewis.
  3. This commitment to truth is something one senses more and more Americans yearning for, just as they are becoming more and more sophisticated at knowing when the truth is being obscured an irony that seems to elude most of today's elected officials. Michael Musto.