If you're reading this, then you care about word choice, and you have a strong vocabulary, which I'm sure you wield for the powers of good, not evil.
This word has Latin roots that literally mean "to make dark in front of."
"To keep castigating administrators is unfair and nonsensical and obfuscates the real issue, which is that the full-time faculty are reluctant at best to share resources."
Explain the meaning of "obfuscate" without saying "darken" or "make unclear."
Fill in the blanks: "The advertisement focuses on _____, obfuscating _____."
Spend 20 seconds or more on the game below. Don’t skip straight to the review—let your working memory empty out first.
1. The opposite of OBFUSCATE is
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