-verb, used with object
1. to cloud over; becloud; obscure
"The sky began to obnubilate and the rain soon followed."
"It seemed like he was trying to obnubilate the facts to confuse me."
Origin: (from etymonline.com)
"1580s, from L. obnibulatus, pp. of obnubilare 'to cover with clouds or fog,' from ob- (see ob-) + verb from L. nubes 'cloud' (see nuance)."
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|A cloud's favorite activity is to obnubilate. (etsy.com)|