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Obscurity in a sentence

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Sentence count:101+8 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-12-16Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: abstrusenessobscurenessreconditenessSimilar words: securitycuriositycuriocuriousminoritypriorityposterityintegrityMeaning: [əb'skjʊrətɪ /-kjʊə-]  n. 1. the quality of being unclear or abstruse and hard to understand 2. an obscure and unimportant standing; not well known 3. the state of being indistinct or indefinite for lack of adequate illumination. 
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(1) He spent most of his life working in obscurity.
(2) The group produced two albums before disappearing into obscurity.
(3) After many years, his scientific work emerged from obscurity.
(4) After languishing in obscurity for many years, her early novels have recently been rediscovered.
(5) She was plucked from obscurity to instant stardom.
(6) She rose from obscurity to stardom.
(7) He rose from relative obscurity to worldwide recognition.
(8) He spent his early life in relative obscurity.
(9) The course teaches students to avoid ambiguity and obscurity of expression.
(10) O'Brien died in obscurity.
(11) The agency plucked Naomi from obscurity and turned her into one of the world's top models.
(12) She was plucked from obscurity by a Hollywood film producer.
(13) He was plucked from obscurity to star in the film.
(14) Dudley tried to sink into obscurity.
(15) Arbuckle died in obscurity in 1933.
(16) A pitiful exhalation, an obscurity, a memory.
(17) Avoid obscurity of expression. Avoid ambiguity.
(18) In Washington, obscurity is never a measure of insignificance.
(19) From obscurity to fame in two rides.
(20) Marinello's was played out in relative obscurity.
(21) She chose silence, obscurity, poverty.
(22) Even his personal history was shrouded in obscurity.
(23) The lace curtains seemed to have survived from obscurity, like the antique gown of a jilted bride.
(24) The actress was only 17 when she was plucked from obscurity and made a star.
(25) He was briefly famous in his twenties but then sank into obscurity.
(26) For the lucky few, there's the chance of being plucked from obscurity and thrown into the glamorous world of modelling.
(27) It was a decision which consigned him to political obscurity.
(28) The story is convoluted and opaque, often to the point of total obscurity.
(29) "How can that be?" asked Hunt, irritated by the obscurity of Henry's reply.
(30) Already there were indications that the contest had helped some of those aspiring writers emerge from total obscurity.
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