obscurement

obscurement

(əbˈskjʊəmənt)
n
a variant form of obscuration
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Freezing level surface to 9000, and then I have an AIRMET for terrain obscurement ...
Une mort sublime, comme celle que cherchent obscurement les amants malheureux (40).
The Beethovenian hero's experience of fragmentation is localized in a world of resonance, the "foret des sons" (59) where he perceives the chasm over which his worldly existence is suspended: "Une myriade de petites ames gravitaient obscurement en son ame vers un point fixe ...
If your face piece is dirty, you might as well be fighting a fire with a visual obscurement device on your mask.
Il s'agissait, obscurement, d'un vieil homme qui s'etait fait une specialite, a bon droit, de peindre au lavis des fous rires.
At one point, Muir directly compares glacial markings with God's famous writing on the wall in Daniel, marveling at the fresh revelations he finds in the rock walls of the Sierra: "Much notice has been taken of the writing on the wall of the Persian king's palace, but there is a writing on every wall, and though, like palimpsests, these pages are written line upon line and crossed again and again, none of these old palimpsests is ever wholly obliterated, and no other effacement or obscurement is made save by the writing of other scriptures over those that have gone before" (John of the Mountains 88).
(14) Pourtant, en denommant ce chapitre "chapitre de fantaisie," et en le placant au coeur meme du recit, Zola n'en devinait-il pas obscurement la portee symbolique?