Definition of Obfuscatory

1. Adjective. Tending to obfuscate; intended to conceal the truth by confusion. ¹



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Definition of Obfuscatory

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Obfuscatory

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obeying
obeyingly
obeys
obeysant
obeysaunt
obfirmation
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obfuscating
obfuscation
obfuscations
obfuscator
obfuscators
obfuscatory (current term)
obhaplostemonous
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obidoxime
obidoxime chloride
obied
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obiing
obiism
obiisms
obiit
obijime
obimbricate

Literary usage of Obfuscatory

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1. The Essence of Stigler by George Joseph Stigler, Kurt R. Leube, Thomas Gale Moore (1986)
"... that the protective tariffs or usury laws to be found in most lands are due to confusion rather than purposeful action is singularly obfuscatory. ..."

2. The Works of George Meredith by George Meredith (1896)
"runs speedily into the anchorage of dogmas, obfuscatory saws, and what she calls principles. Here she is safe; but if her thinking was not originally the ..."

3. The Works of George Meredith by George Meredith (1896)
"runs speedily into the anchorage of dogmas, obfuscatory saws, and what she calls principles. Here she is safe; but if her thinking was not originally the ..."

4. Enhancing Philanthropy's Support of Biomedical Scientists: Proceedings of a by George R. Reinhart (2006)
"... it appeared that decision- makers evaluating the program saw the sophisticated statistical analyses as too complicated and perhaps obfuscatory. ..."

5. Post Ex Sub Dis: Urban Fragmentations and Constructions by Aaron Betsky, Ghent Urban Studies Team (2002)
"... the other shoe to drop, at least until New Year's Eve passed without incident; the obfuscatory policies of the American government ..."

6. The Pocket Edition of the Works of George Meredith by George Meredith (1906)
"... she finds herself plunging abroad on infinite seas, and runs speedily into the anchorage of dogmas, obfuscatory saws, and what she calls principles. ..."

7. Sandra Belloni: Originally Emilia in England by George Meredith (1896)
"... the work is of heavy labour; she finds herself plunging abroad on infinite seas, and runs speedily into the anchorage of dogmas, obfuscatory saws, ..."

8. Democracy and Governance Review: Mandela's Legacy 1994-1999 by Yvonne G. Muthien, Meshack M. Khosa, Bernard Magubane (2001)
"To portray the election results only as a racial or ethnic census is therefore reductionist, owing to the obfuscatory effects of standard of living ..."

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