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obscura [obs-coo’-ro, rah]
3. Obscure, dark, gloomy.
4. Obscure, unintelligible, confused, abstruse.
5. Obscure, little known, unknown.
6. (Pict.) Dark, deep, heavy.
- Andar a obscuras(Met.) to grope in the dark, to proceed in a business without understanding its nature or principles
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