adjective see obfuscate

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  • obfuscatory — adjective Tending to obfuscate; intended to conceal the truth by confusion. I cant vote for a resolution with such obfuscatory language …   Wiktionary

  • obfuscatory — /ɒbfəsˈkeɪtəri/ (say obfuhs kaytuhree) adjective deliberately confusing: obfuscatory remarks …   Australian English dictionary

  • obfuscatory — obfuscate ► VERB ▪ make unclear or unintelligible. DERIVATIVES obfuscation noun obfuscatory adjective. ORIGIN Latin obfuscare darken …   English terms dictionary

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  • obfuscatory — äbˈfəskəˌtōrē, əbˈ ; ˈäb(ˌ)fəˌskād.ərē, ri adjective Etymology: obfuscate (II) + ory : tending to obfuscate : confusing, obscuring * * * obfuscāˈtory adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑ob …   Useful english dictionary

  • obfuscate — verb ( cated; cating) Etymology: Late Latin obfuscatus, past participle of obfuscare, from Latin ob in the way + fuscus dark brown more at ob , dusk Date: 1577 transitive verb 1. a. darken b. to make obscure …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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