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  • He had one of those refined discriminating intellects whose powers of logic were more than equal to my powers of obfuscation.†   (source)
  • Rachel Levy, head of the center's publicity department, thought blandness and a trace of obfuscation would be the best approach, but Hannah overruled her.†   (source)
  • He was not candid. Instead he tried to obfuscate and even deceive.
  • They did not hide or hoard or obfuscate.†   (source)
  • "What does 'obfuscate' mean?" asked Constance.†   (source)
  • Moments ago, she'd purposely obfuscated.†   (source)
  • They'll work it out with embassy obfuscation and read it to us before issuing it.'†   (source)
  • Obfuscate!†   (source)
  • "Normally I would want to talk about why you'd chosen to obfuscate in the first place," he said, "but your honesty was real, and I know you've already learned any lesson I could give you.†   (source)
  • No obfuscation was necessary.†   (source)
  • Above them, directional signs pointed the way to certain offices: 4— UNDERSECRETARY OF TEMPORAL AFFAIRS 4— CONSERVATOR OF GRAPHICAL RL CORDS NONSPECIFIC MATTERS OF URGENCY —I DEPT. OF OBFUSCATION AND DEFERMENT —I Through the door to the Temporal Affairs office, I saw a man trapped in the ice.†   (source)
  • Since it was inconceivable to me that Halloween was not as much a part of their vocabulary as it was of mine, I felt that I had obfuscated the high festival of witchcraft with a combination of too much talk and too much bull.†   (source)
  • The stressing of this historical element will lead to confusion; it will simply obfuscate the picture message.†   (source)
  • …that, and you would have thought he would have been satisfied: yet before his foot was out of the stirrup he not only set out to try to restore his plantation to what it used to be, like maybe he was hoping to fool the Creditor by illusion and obfuscation by concealing behind the illusion that time and change had not elapsed and occurred the fact that he was now almost sixty years old until he could get himself a new batch of children to bulwark him, but chose for this purpose the last…†   (source)
  • The result has been, on the one hand, a general obfuscation of the symbols, and on the other, a god-ridden bigotry such as is unmatched elsewhere in the history of religion.†   (source)
  • If Drayton were with us again to write a new edition of his incomparable poem, he would sing the nymphs of Hertfordshire as indeterminate of feature, with hair obfuscated by the London smoke.†   (source)
  • As for uncle Pullet, he could hardly have been more thoroughly obfuscated if Mr. Tulliver had said that he was going to send Tom to the Lord Chancellor; for uncle Pullet belonged to that extinct class of British yeoman who, dressed in good broadcloth, paid high rates and taxes, went to church, and ate a particularly good dinner on Sunday, without dreaming that the British constitution in Church and State had a traceable origin any more than the solar system and the fixed stars.†   (source)
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