obscure /əbˈskyʊr/ verb
1 to make (something) difficult to understand or know : to make (something) obscure
- The true history has been obscured by legends about what happened.
- They accused the company of trying to obscure the fact that the product poses a health risk.
2 to hide or cover (something) : to be in front of (something) so that it cannot be seen
- Low clouds obscured the mountains.
- Her view of the game was obscured by a post.