Definition of obscuration in English:

obscuration

noun

  • See obscure

    • ‘In fact, many kinds of cleverness are just further obscurations.’
    • ‘The thicker our obscurations and the greater our ignorance, the more we fail to recognize the power and strength of the wisdom that is within us.’
    • ‘Even in general, if you have the reincarnation of your previous life, still you will not remember things from your past, because there are lots of obscurations to that.’
    • ‘When associated with early morning vomiting, transient obscuration of vision, leg weakness with drop attacks, fits or loss of consciousness, there is a high likelihood of brain tumour.’
    • ‘The maximum obscuration of the sun takes place exactly at sunrise, so the best place to be to see it is the Yorkshire Coast with the horizon provided by the North Sea.’

Pronunciation

obscuration

/ɒbskjʊˈreɪʃ(ə)n/