Definition of Obnubilated

1. obnubilate [v] - See also: obnubilate



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Obnubilated

obloquoy
obloquy
obluctation
obluctations
oblyrate
obmutescence
obmutescent
obnoctious
obnoses
obnosis
obnoxious
obnoxiously
obnoxiousness
obnoxiousnesses
obnubilate
obnubilated (current term)
obnubilates
obnubilating
obnubilation
obnubilations
obo
oboe
oboe d'amore
oboe da caccia
oboeist
oboeists
oboelike
oboes
oboist
oboists

Literary usage of Obnubilated

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1. Booklets by Sette of Odd Volumes (Book club) (1905)
"... nay, further, the objects must be foul and obnubilated, or it hinders the effluxion of the effluvium, and if they be covered with fine linen or ..."

2. The Harleian Miscellany: Or, A Collection of Scarce, Curious, and by William Oldys, John Malham (1810)
"That, his mind is misled and obnubilated with a desire of war, the most accursed and unruly of all desires. That, his declaration contains plain untruths, ..."

3. English Pageantry: An Historical Outline by Robert Withington (1920)
"... calls " the present Impending Storm, the Dread of a Foreign Invasion," which " has obnubilated the usual Splendor of this Day's Solemnity. ..."

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