When a man is murdered by another man, I do not believe his final thoughts are to write an obscure spiritual statement that no one will understand.
My grandfather spoke a language so obscure that even a symbologist can’t identify it?
The sarcophagus was recessed in a niche, obscured from this oblique angle.
Striding toward the left wall to get out of the open, they moved into an obscure side aisle behind a row of pilasters.
One of Jacques Saunière’s favorite pastimes was bringing Da Vinci’s more obscure brainstorms to life—timepieces, water pumps, cryptexes, and even a fully articulated model of a medieval French knight, which now stood proudly on the desk in his office.
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The obscure battle is hardly mentioned in history books.
Nobody had seen the poem before, but an Internet search proved she had copied an obscure poem written in 1920.