Obscurity to Often

Obscurity, n.

    1. Darkness, dimness, gloom, gloominess, shade, obscuration, cloud, obfuscation, opacity.
    2. Unintelligibleness, darkness of meaning.
    3. Humbleness.
    4. Seclusion, retirement, privacy.

Obsequies, n. pl. Exequies, funeral rites, funeral solemnities, obit.

Obsequious, a. Fawning, sycophantic, deferential, flattering, cringing, servile, slavish, supple, meanly submissive.

Obsequiousness, n. Fawning, cringing, servility, slavishness, suppleness, sycophancy, mean compliance.

Observable, a. Noticeable, remarkable, marked, striking, noteworthy.

Obervance, n.

    1. Performance, fulfilment, discharge, acquittal.
    2. Form, ceremony, ceremonial, rite.
    3. Practice, custom, usage, fashion.
    4. Attention, service, respect.

Observant, a.

    1. Mindful, regardful, heedful, attentive, watchful.
    2. Obedient, attentive to.
    3. Attentive, submissive.

Observation, n.

    1. Notice, attention, observance.
    2. Remark, note, annotation.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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