Synonyms & Antonyms : Obscure

Obscure


( Adjective )


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Synonyms:

Dark

Doubtful

Dim

Dense

Hidden

Dusky

Muddy

Turbid

Involved

Unintelligent

Deep

Darksome

Cloudy

Contextual Examples:

He always kept his parents in the
dark regarding the weakness in his studies.

It is extremely
doubtful that anyone survived the explosion.

I could scarcely read by the
dim light of the candle.

After looting the train the robbers ran into a
dense jungle.

They had to pass though the
muddy water before reaching the temple.

The government has prescribed such an
involved procedure for grant of subsidy that hardly a few can make use of the scheme. What they were saying was unintelligible to me.

The sky all of a sudden turned
cloudy and we had to stop our play in this ground.

I hardly recognized my friend in the
dusky light.



Antonyms:

Apparent

Intelligible

Lucid

Plain

Straightforward

Transparent

Unadorned

Obvious

Evident

Distinct

Contextual Examples:

The
apparent reason for his failure in the examination is his sickness during the examination days.

His accent is not so
intelligent to the class that many students laughed at him.

His thinking is very
lucid but action rather complicated.

Pradeep is the
unadorned king of the school sports, though the principal is the chairman of the sports council.

Pankaj was the
obvious choice of the school for representing it in the state sports.

It is
evident that he is intelligent in studies from his power of speech plus vast vocabulary at his command.




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