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Definition of obscure



  • bizarre, absurd, mind-blowing
    It was obscure as hell when the police officer wiped the corners of his mouth and then sniffed his fingers.
    Keith: Hey Zach, this potato chip looks like Mick Jagger.

    Zach: Wow, Keith, that's obscure.

    Last edited on Apr 16 2011. Submitted by A. R. from Columbus, OH, USA on Jul 23 2004.

  • unexpected.
    My cat likes to sleep in obscure places.

    Last edited on Apr 16 2011. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Apr 16 2011.

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Definitions include: a trick used to attract attention.
Definitions include: a dismissive retort.
Definitions include: to pass something graded (e.g. a test, a course) with excellent grades.
Definitions include: a person who follows or mimics others, without thought.
Definitions include: an unethical person.
Definitions include: an exaggeration that is more lie than truth.
Definitions include: a fart with unexpected anal discharge.
Definitions include: vomiting (typically after alcohol consumption)
Definitions include: a general insult.
Definitions include: shortened form of "marvelous".

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