Definition of Obnubilating
1. obnubilate [v] - See also: obnubilate
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Literary usage of Obnubilating
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Major Symptoms of Hysteria: Fifteen Lectures Given in the Medical School by Pierre Janet (1907)
"You remember the absurd story invented by Plato, which spread all over the world, obnubilating the minds of physicians for centuries, and casting a kind of ..."
2. Restituta: Or, Titles, Extracts, and Characters of Old Books in English by Egerton Brydges (1815)
"It is so with the people; those vices which they \rish in great men, and also hate, they most times follow j for obnubilating a man's designs, ..."
3. The Musical World (1851)
"... and the decease of a Royal personage, a most munificent supporter of the Royal Italian Opera, came next, obnubilating its brightest prospects. ..."
4. Christian Ethics: Or, Moral Philosophy on the Principles of Divine Revelation by Ralph Wardlaw, Leonard Woods (1835)
"... entitled "Errors in Religion," has the following spirited remarks on the early influence of philosophy, in adulterating the purity and obnubilating the ..."
5. Provincial Medical and Surgical Journal (1852)
"Finally, he promised that he would persuade the- public of the truth of his doctrine by a treatise, destined to dissipate the fog, that is yet obnubilating ..."