obnubilate


ob·nu·bi·late

verb \äb-ˈnü-bə-ˌlāt, -ˈnyü-\
ob·nu·bi·lat·edob·nu·bi·lat·ing

Definition of OBNUBILATE

transitive verb
ob·nu·bi·la·tion \-ˌnü-bə-ˈlā-shən, -ˌnyü-\ noun

Origin of OBNUBILATE

Latin obnubilatus, past participle of obnubilare, from ob- in the way + nubilare to be cloudy, from nubilus cloudy, from nubes cloud — more at ob-, nuance
First Known Use: 1583

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