obscure meaning

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She was mysterious, significant, full of obscure meaning --like a symbol.
These terms and other new phrasings obscure meaning and facilitate social androgyny.
They have been defining the success of their vision on the basis of electoral results, which have transitory importance and obscure meaning.
For example they're often used to hide inexperience or as a veil to obscure meaning.
Convenience must admit exclusion in the rhetorical question (a signal for logic) We might lust for others, but never may obscure meaning in a claim of taken space.
Paz often makes use of evasive images that, while poetic, obscure meaning ("modernity emits criticism the way an octopus emits ink").
Obtaining clarity about obscure meanings is a challenge compounded by the translator sometimes unconsciously becoming subjective, rather than objective, in his opinion.
Some more obscure meanings were the frog, which showed a lack of appreciation, the catfish indicated responsibility, and the cow conveyed perseverance.
Footnotes explain obscure meanings of terms, provide additional information about the people or transaction being recorded, or cite sources for further information about some facet.