Obscure and Visible
Opposite meaning words
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
Both words in one sentence
- In an issue of Exiles when a library exploded the only two books visible happened to be Atlas Shrugged and the far more obscure Ubik.
Source: Genius Book Club
- If you closely look at the thing's "mouth" during the battle, you can see Greene inside (covered with a skin flap to obscure her features, but still visible).
Source: Videogame / [PROTOTYPE]
- Many of the Celestial weapons require you to find treasure chests in totally obscure/not visible places, while others require you to beat various mini-games and hidden bosses.
Source: Video Game / Final Fantasy X
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