obscurement

noun ob·scure·ment \əbzˈkyu̇(ə)rmənt, äb-, -bˈsk-, -u̇əm-\

Definition of obscurement

plural

-s

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Origin and Etymology of obscurement

French, from obscurer to obscure (from Latin obscurare) + -ment


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