[ US /ˈɑbfəˌskeɪt/ ]
[ UK /ˈɒbfəskˌe‍ɪt/ ]
VERB
  1. make obscure or unclear
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How To Use obfuscate In A Sentence

  • Macdonald accepted that such information could be used to manipulate, to obfuscate, and to mislead.
  • In fact, where he might have taken the opportunity to obfuscate his support for the war, and therefore distance himself from the most immediately unpopular episode of the Prime Minister's tenure, he has resolutely stated that he is for it.
  • It may have made money from various off-the-books vehicles that obfuscated its true finances, but the company's legitimate means of making money was by betting on energy prices.
  • Macdonald accepted that such information could be used to manipulate, to obfuscate, and to mislead.
  • The euro zone can no longer afford to prevaricate and obfuscate. Limiting the Damage of a Greek Default
  • Save a copy of them each time you release your application in order to de-obfuscate bug reports from your release builds.
  • However, let's distract and obfuscate from the glaring flaws of the current administration and revel in the hate for an administration that is no longer in office. McCain: CIA secrecy story just beginning
  • Whatever is politically expedient is how she will express hercurrent of political will so asto obfuscate hertotal failure todo what requires strength of conviction and courage. Rudy Was Against English Being "Official Language" Before He Was For It
  • You STILL haven’t stepped up and argued the points, why you obfuscate is beyond me. Matthew Yglesias » Revenge of the Public Option
  • Of course, there are those who seek not to enlighten, but to habitually and purposefully obfuscate in order to baffle a client or weary public into submission.
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