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obscurely (adverb), more obscurely, most obscurely
1. In a way that is not discernible, definite, or easy to understand: During her speech, Sarah, the candidate, was obscurely referring to the alleged dishonesty of her opponent.
2. Dimly or indistinctly seen or understood: The reason for the fight on the playground was obscurely understood by Mr. Jones and Mrs. Black, the teachers, and the principal, Mr. Dean.
3. Away from people's attention; in a place or position that is remote, secluded, or not prominent or well-known: Harry's cabin was obscurely located deep in the forest where few visitors were ever likely to go.
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