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Obscure 1100 Words You Need Week 27 Day 1

Obscure 1100 Words You Need Week 27 Day 1

Obscure 1100 Words You Need Week 27 Day 1

/əbˈskjʊəʳ/ (adj & verb)

Adjective: unclear and difficult to see through, opaque, hazy, nebulous, elusive, indistinct, hard to understand, incomprehensible, vague, ambiguous, murky, blurry, unknown

Verb: to prevent something from being seen or heard, conceal, hide, make something difficult to understand or discover, confuse, disguise, complicate, stir, obfuscate, veil, block out, darken

Among the contributions of science to human welfare in recent years have been the demonstrations of the exact causes of a considerable number of diseases along with the marshaling of evidence regarding the presumptive etiology of others that have long remained obscure. In the latter category, for example, the growing knowledge of the filter-passing viruses is included. There is a unique satisfaction in breaking the bonds of ignorance which render a physician powerless in the face of disease. This is evidently what we had in mind in an elucidation of what investigation of the causes of diseases has meant for mankind.

Source: https://jamanetwork.com/

Antonyms: clear, transparent, crystal-clear, understandable, disclose, clarify, reveal

Noun: obscurity

Adverb: obscurely

Farsi: مشکوک ، کدر، پوشاندن ، مخفى کردن ، محو، نامفهوم ، تيره کردن ، تاريک کردن ، مبهم کردن ، گمنام کردن


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