Definite and Obscure


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Definite adjective – So clearly expressed as to leave no doubt about the meaning.
Usage example: a definite instruction not to let anyone in the house while the parents were out for the evening

Obscure is an antonym for definite in topics: specific, exact, fixed.
Nearby Words: definitely, definitive, definition, definitively
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Obscure adjective – Having an often intentionally veiled or uncertain meaning.
Usage example: a fantasy writer who likes to put lots of obscure references and images in her tales of wizards and warlocks

Definite is an antonym for obscure in topics: abstruse, not easily understood.
Nearby Words: obscured, obscurity, obscurely, obscuring, obscuration
Antonyms for Obscure
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character definite character obscure character
name definite name obscure name
reason definite reason obscure reason
example definite example obscure example
Other nouns: hint, villain, version, elements, answers, examples.

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