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Obscene connotation
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Obscene connotation: Rude meaning, secondary meaning which has vulgar tones
Obscenely
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Obscenely: In an obscene manner in an indecent or vulgar manner
Obscenity
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Obscenity: That quality in words or things which presents what is offensive to chasity or purity of mind obscene or impure lanquage or acts moral impurity lewdness obscen
Obscurant
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Obscurant: One who obscures one who prevents enlightenment or hinders the progress of knowledge and wisdom. Coleridge.
Obscuranticism
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Obscuranticism: State of being obscure, vagueness opposition to progress (political and/or social) and intellectual advancement
Obscurantism
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Obscurantism: The system or the principles of the obscurants. C. Kingsley.
Obscurantist
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Obscurantist: Same as Obscurant. Ed. Rev.
Obscuration
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Obscuration: The act or operation of obscuring the state of being obscured as, the obscuration of the moon in an eclipse. Sir J. Herschel.
Obscurative
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Obscurative: Dark foggy, obscure unclear
Obscure
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Obscure: Obscurity. [Obs.] Milton.
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