What is another word for Obscuring?

Pronunciation: [ɒbskjˈʊ͡əɹɪŋ] (IPA)

Obscuring is the act of concealing or hiding something from view. There are several synonyms that can be used in place of obscuring. One of these synonyms is concealing, which describes the act of keeping something hidden or making it difficult to see. Another synonym is obfuscating, which means to make something unclear or confusing. Another term for obscuring is masking, which means to cover or hide something. Additionally, the word screening can also be used in place of obscuring, which denotes hiding or protecting something from view. All of these synonyms are useful for describing different aspects of obscuring, depending on the context and intended meaning.

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Usage examples for Obscuring

The night of April 7 was made notable by the swing of the sun at midnight, above the usual Obscuring mist, behind which it had, during previous days, sunk with its night dip of splendor.
"My Attainment of the Pole"
Frederick A. Cook
I have often gone on a brief hunting-trip into the foothills of the mountains when they were slightly covered with snow, and a dense fog would settle down, Obscuring all landmarks; but, in obedience to a safe rule, have retraced my steps to the foot of the hills on my return home.
"Memoirs of Orange Jacobs"
Orange Jacobs
Dear papa's former tailor has built himself a hunting-lodge in the style of Francis the First directly on the road, behind a gilded iron fence and without a tree near it for fear of Obscuring its splendour.
"Erlach Court"
Ossip Schubin

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