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obscure
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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • There are written accounts, some of them obscure, that I and other wandmakers have made it our business to study.
  • There was a large bed with a carved wooden headboard, a tall window obscured by long velvet curtains and a chandelier thickly coated in dust with candle scrubs still resting in its sockets, solid wax banging in frostlike drips.
  • He looked up at Hermione, whose bushy hair obscured the tiny patch of sky visible through the dark branches high above them.
  • Strung all around with colored lights, there was what looked like a war memorial in the middle, partly obscured by a windblown Christmas tree.
  • Though the darkness had swallowed her whole, her burnished image was still imprinted on his retinas; it obscured his vision, brightening when he lowered his eyelids, disorienting him.
  • Dumbledore beamed at him, and his voice sounded loud and strong in Harry’s ears even though the bright mist was descending again, obscuring his figure.
  • Instead, the family emerged onto platform nine and three-quarters, which was obscured by thick white steam that was pouring from the scarlet Hogwarts Express.

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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.

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