Definition of unobscured in English:

unobscured

Syllabification: un·ob·scured
Pronunciation: /ˌənəbˈskyo͝ord
 
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adjective

  • Not obscured.
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    • This initially meant they were loath to adopt a reportage style, preferring empty streets and unobscured buildings, with people represented only to provide an area of scale or as pure portraiture.
    • I rushed out of the tent, past the wicker basket stall and narrowly avoiding the Victorian steam organ, and pushed a couple of small children aside to ensure I had an unobscured ringside view at the racing arena.
    • A recent study estimated that 99% of the population of America and Western Europe never see a clear night sky unobscured by dust, smog and light pollution.

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