Definition of opaquely in US English:

opaquely

adverb

  • See opaque

    • ‘The days when the markets automatically awarded premiums to politically connected but opaquely run family and state-controlled conglomerates are ending.’
    • ‘They favour tiny miniskirts and opaquely opalescent tights, and have the ice-eyed look of Natashas and Laras who might at the drop of a dollar give a man more trouble than he could conceivably imagine.’
    • ‘A critical aspect in the genderedness of CGI technology is the nature of the language that opaquely shapes technology: programming languages.’
    • ‘The material body deposits, however obscurely, its trace in the voice - the vibration of air, the stretched muscle etc, are all opaquely present.’
    • ‘‘One huge and complex episode will be omitted,’ he wrote opaquely.’

Pronunciation

opaquely

/ōˈpāklē//oʊˈpeɪkli/