Some articles on obscure:
... Was Planning Six-Word Memoirs by Writers Famous and Obscure, co-edited by Rachel Fershleiser, was selected as a Top 100 Editors' Pick by Amazon in 2008 and became a New York Times bestseller ... Can't Keep My Own Secrets Six-Word Memoirs by Teens Famous Obscure, and It All Changed in an Instant More Six-Word Memoirs by Teens Famous Obscure, all published by Harper Perennial ...
... What I Was Planning Six-Word Memoirs by Writers Famous and Obscure ... Not Quite What I Was Planning Six-Word Memoirs by Writers Famous Obscure—Deluxe Edition ... Six Word Memoirs on Love Heartbreak by Writers Famous and Obscure ...
... Sanity Obscure was recorded and mixed in Morning Star Studios, Spring House, Pennsylvania in 1990 ... Sanity Obscure was mastered in The Hit Factory, New York ... The intro for "Sanity Obscure" was recorded at HMS Productions and was engineered by Ted Hermanson ...
More definitions of "obscure":
- (adj): Not drawing attention.
Example: "An obscure flaw"
- (adj): Difficult to find.
Example: "An obscure retreat"
- (adj): Not clearly understood or expressed.
Example: "An obscure turn of phrase"; "an impulse to go off and fight certain obscure battles of his own spirit"-Anatole Broyard
- (verb): Make less visible or unclear.
Synonyms: befog, becloud, obnubilate, haze over, fog, cloud, mist
- (adj): Marked by difficulty of style or expression.
Example: "Those who do not appreciate Kafka's work say his style is obscure"
Famous quotes containing the word obscure:
“Human affairs are so obscure and various that nothing can be clearly known. This was the sound conclusion of the Academic sceptics, who were the least surly of philosophers.”
—Desiderius Erasmus (14691536)
“I am so far from thinking the maxims of Confucius and Jesus Christ to differ, that I think the plain and simple maxims of the former, will help to illustrate the more obscure ones of the latter, accommodated to the then way of speaking.”
—Matthew Tindal (16531733)
“The obscure only exists that it may cease to exist. In it lies the opportunity of all victory and all progress. Whether it call itself fatality, death, night, or matter, it is the pedestal of life, of light, of liberty and the spirit. For it represents resistancethat is to say, the fulcrum of all activity, the occasion for its development and its triumph.”
—Henri-Frédéric Amiel (18211881)