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make obscure, unclear or unintelligible
“her work became more and more obfuscated by mathematic and jargon”
synonyms: obscure, confuse, make obscure/unclear, blur, muddle, jumble, complicate
late Middle English: from late Latin obfuscat- ‘darkened’, from the verb obfuscare, based on Latin fuscus ‘dark’.
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