Obnubilate Definition

ŏb-no͝obə-lāt, -nyo͝o-
obnubilate
verb
obnubilate
To darken or obscure with clouds; becloud.
A storm that obnubilated the sky.
American Heritage
To make unclear, indistinct, vague, etc.
Memories obnubilated by the passage of time.
Webster's New World
To cause to be unable to think clearly; confuse.
Superstition obnubilated their minds.
American Heritage

To make cloudy.

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Origin of Obnubilate

  • Latin obnūbilāre, obnūbilāt- ob- against, in the way of epi in Indo-European roots nūbilāre to become cloudy (from nūbilus cloudy) (from nūbēs cloud)

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

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