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obscure

(ŏb-skūr′) [L. obscurus, hide]
1. Hidden, indistinct, as the cause of a condition.
2. To make less distinct or to hide.
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Starting out, I thought it would be a sort of collage of Lorca texts so the first thing I did was read every word the man wrote--from his most iconic poem to his obscurest postcard--and soak myself in him.
They pursue, even such as me, into the obscurest retreats, and haul them before their revolutionary tribunals.
From Bujumbra in Burundi to Niamey in Niger, not even the obscurest of places have caught out the remarkable lad.
These moments, these individuals, remained forever unrecognizable, only giving up the obscurest of traces to be subsequently deciphered by expert interpretation.
Reminiscent of a chimpanzee, he puts out a "foolishly long arm" with "little wilted black fingers," and gives "Easter's heel the tenderest, obscurest little brush, with something of nigger persuasion about it" (437).
Even the obscurest sheep farming hamlet in New Zealand is not going to be that secure in the world that's coming.