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Obeyer
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Obeyer: One who yields obedience. Holland.
Obeyingly
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Obeyingly: Obediently submissively.
Obfirm obfirmate
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Obfirm obfirmate: To make firm to harden in resolution. [Obs.] Bp. Hall. Sheldon.
Obfirmation
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Obfirmation: Hardness of heart obduracy. [Obs.] Jer. Taylor.
Obfuscable
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Obfuscable: May be obscured may be perplexed, confusable
Obfuscate
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Obfuscate: To darken to obscure to becloud hence, to confuse to bewilder. His head, like a smokejack, the funnel unswept, and the ideas whirling round and round about in
Obfuscated
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Obfuscated: Obscured darkened confused
Obfuscation
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Obfuscation: The act of darkening or bewildering the state of being darkened. "Obfuscation of the cornea." E. Darwin.
Obfuscator
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Obfuscator: One who darkens one who obscures one who confuses
Obi
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Obi: A species of sorcery, probably of African origin, practiced among the negroes of the West Indies. [Written also obe and obeah.] De Quincey. B. Edwards. A charm or fe
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