Fog and Obscure


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Fog verb – To make dark, dim, or indistinct.
Usage example: time will fog memories

Obscure is a synonym for fog in clear topic. In some cases you can use "Obscure" instead a verb "Fog", when it comes to topics like muddle, daze, conceal, make hazy.
Nearby Words: foggy, fogged
Synonyms for Fog


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Obscure verb – To make dark, dim, or indistinct.
Usage example: when it isn't obscured by smog, the view of the city from the observatory can be spectacular

Fog is a synonym for obscure in conceal topic. You can use "Fog" instead a verb "Obscure", if it concerns topics such as clear.
Nearby Words: obscured, obscurity, obscurely, obscuring, obscuration
Synonyms for Obscure

Both words in one sentence

  • Videogame / Dark Tales Fog will literally obscure the scene with fog; Frost will freeze hints and helper items; and Chaos scrambles the words of the items you need to find.
  • Inescapable Ambush Also happens and played straight when in the Forest, as the Fog of War tends to obscure enemy positions until it is too late.
  • Fog of War: The Jammer & Sonya units obscure a circle of the map around them, resulting in an obvious black blotch on the minimap or a perfectly hidden army, again depending on the players' subtlety when it comes to positions.
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