Definition of Obscurities

1. Noun. (plural of obscurity) ¹



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Definition of Obscurities

1. obscurity [n] - See also: obscurity

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Obscurities

obscure
obscured
obscurely
obscurement
obscurements
obscureness
obscurenesses
obscurer
obscurers
obscures
obscurest
obscurification
obscuring
obscurist
obscurists
obscurities (current term)
obscurity
obscæne
obsecrate
obsecrated
obsecrates
obsecrating
obsecration
obsecrations
obsecratory
obsequent
obsequie
obsequience
obsequiences
obsequies

Literary usage of Obscurities

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1. The Book of Ser Marco Polo, the Venetian: Concerning the Kingdoms and by Marco Polo (1875)
"obscurities IN THE HISTORY OF HIS LIFE AND BOOK. ... have continued to exercise such fascination on many minds through succes- obscurities sure generations ..."

2. The Imperial Gazetteer of India by Sir William Wilson Hunter (1886)
"Its obscurities. The 'business ' of the Indian ... The resulting obscurities. BRITISH ADMINISTRATION OF INDIA. presentments of the same sets of accounts. ..."

3. Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New-York by John Romeyn Brodhead, Berthold Fernow, Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan (1883)
"... obscurities IN THEIR FOREGOING DECISION. To day, the 29th of January a closed letter was delivered by the Court messenger, which on opening proved to be ..."

4. A Treatise on General Practice: Containing Rules and Suggestions for the by Byron Kosciusko Elliott, William Frederick Elliott (1894)
"Clearing away obscurities. matter developed on cross- 662. ... obscurities can be cleared away,2 and facts be brought into stronger light by questions that ..."

5. The Literary Movement in France During the Nineteenth Century by Georges Pellissier (1897)
"The numerous obscurities which arrest arid confuse the mind are also to be thus ... To obscurities of detail may be added those of general thought. ..."

6. Legislative Methods and Forms by Courtenay Ilbert (1901)
"Ambiguities and obscurities. and ill-assorted array, would be produced by a congeries of extracts from Plantagenet, Tudor, Georgian, and Victorian statutes. ..."

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