verb[with object] • literary
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- I soon found in effect it was impossible for me to declare it, considering the contrast of the solitariness of my long obnubilation and obscurity.
- I am willing to give preference to the second option as I am presently animated by subjectivist obnubilation.
- It was a curious business, what with the King reigning from 1760 to 1820, losing and regaining his senses until the final ten years of total obnubilation.
late 16th century: from Latin obnubilat- 'covered with clouds or fog', from the verb obnubilare.
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