obscurity noun

ADJ. total | comparative, relative | political, professional | impenetrable poems of impenetrable obscurity

VERB + OBSCURITY fade into, sink into, slip into | be plucked from, emerge from After many years, his scientific work emerged from obscurity. | be consigned to, be relegated to

PREP. in ~ He spent his early life in relative obscurity.

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