Obscure and Pale

Obscure

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Obscure adjective – Being without light or without much light.
Usage example: hid in an obscure spot among the trees

Pale and obscure are semantically related in property topic. In some cases you can use "Pale" instead the word "Obscure" as an adjective or a verb.
Nearby Words: obscured, obscurity, obscurely, obscuring, obscuration
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Pale

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Pale adjective – Not seen or understood clearly.
Usage example: a pale outline off in the distance proved to be someone out for a walk

Obscure and pale are semantically related in property topic. Sometimes you can use "Obscure" instead the word "Pale" as an adjective or a verb.
Nearby Words: paled, paleness, palish, palely
Synonyms for Pale

Things that words describes

people obscure people pale people
figure obscure figure pale figure
creatures obscure creatures pale creatures

Both words in one sentence

  • Red Right Hand Ciel Phantomhive of Black Butler wears an eyepatch to obscure the fact his right eye is a pale purple color and has a pentagram etched into it; this is the physical representation of his pact with Sebastian.
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