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obscurant

adjective ob·scur·ant \äb-ˈskyr-ənt, əb-\

Definition of OBSCURANT

:  tending to make obscure <obscurant language>
obscurant noun

Variants of OBSCURANT

ob·scur·ant or ob·scu·ran·tic \ˌäb-skyə-ˈran-tik\

First Known Use of OBSCURANT

1878

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