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Obtuseness

əbˈtʃuːs.nəs

Meanings of Obtuseness:

noun

The quality of being stupid and slow to understand, or unwilling to try to understand

Usage examples:

He shook his head at his own obtuseness., amy's obtuseness is difficult to understand.

Meanings of Obtusion:

noun

The action of blunting or dulling; the condition of being blunted or dulled; (now, medicine) = obtundation .

Meanings of Obumbrate:

verb

To overshadow; to shade, darken; to obscure. (literal and figurative).

Meanings of Obumbrated:

verb

To overshadow; to shade, darken; to obscure. (literal and figurative).

Meanings of Obumbrating:

verb

To overshadow; to shade, darken; to obscure. (literal and figurative).

Obv

ɒvz

Meanings of Obv:

adverb

Obviously.

Usage examples:

'léon' (obvs not his real name) was credited with the brand's resurrection

Meanings of Obvention:

noun

An incoming fee or revenue, especially one of an occasional or incidental character. chiefly in plural.

Obverse

ˈɒbvəːs

Meanings of Obverse:

noun

The side of a coin or medal bearing the head or principal design.

Usage examples:

It was no wonder that this minting machine was chosen as part of the design for the obverse of the …
adjective

Of or denoting the obverse of a coin or medal.

Usage examples:

The designs of the medals are based on a traditional style that includes a generic obverse side, ba…

Obverses

ˈɒbvəːs

Meanings of Obverses:

noun

The side of a coin or medal bearing the head or principal design.

Usage examples:

It was no wonder that this minting machine was chosen as part of the design for the obverse of the …
adjective

Of or denoting the obverse of a coin or medal.

Usage examples:

The designs of the medals are based on a traditional style that includes a generic obverse side, ba…

Meanings of Obvert:

verb

Alter (a proposition) so as to infer another proposition with a contradictory predicate, e.g. ‘no men are immortal’ to ‘all men are mortal’.

Usage examples:

An original statement is obverted, the result is converted and that result is obverted again.

Meanings of Obverted:

verb

Alter (a proposition) so as to infer another proposition with a contradictory predicate, e.g. ‘no men are immortal’ to ‘all men are mortal’.

Usage examples:

An original statement is obverted, the result is converted and that result is obverted again.

Meanings of Obvertend:

noun

A proposition to be obverted.

Meanings of Obverting:

verb

Alter (a proposition) so as to infer another proposition with a contradictory predicate, e.g. ‘no men are immortal’ to ‘all men are mortal’.

Usage examples:

An original statement is obverted, the result is converted and that result is obverted again.

Obverts

əbˈvəːt

Meanings of Obverts:

verb

Alter (a proposition) so as to infer another proposition with a contradictory predicate, e.g. ‘no men are immortal’ to ‘all men are mortal’.

Usage examples:

An original statement is obverted, the result is converted and that result is obverted again.

Obviate

ˈɒb.vi.eɪt

Meanings of Obviate:

verb

Remove (a need or difficulty).

Usage examples:

The presence of roller blinds obviated the need for curtains

Obviated

ˈɒbvɪeɪt

Meanings of Obviated:

verb

Remove (a need or difficulty).

Usage examples:

The presence of roller blinds obviated the need for curtains

Obviates

ˈɒb.vi.eɪt

Meanings of Obviates:

verb

Remove (a need or difficulty).

Usage examples:

The presence of roller blinds obviated the need for curtains

Obviating

ˈɒb.vi.eɪt

Meanings of Obviating:

verb

Remove (a need or difficulty).

Usage examples:

The presence of roller blinds obviated the need for curtains

Meanings of Obviative:

noun

A grammatical marker or category in the algonquian family of north american indian languages for a third person other than the principal (or proximate) third person in a given context.

adjective

Of, relating to, or designating the obviative; belonging to the category of, or marked by, the obviative.

Obvious

ˈɒb.vi.əs

Meanings of Obvious:

adjective

Easily perceived or understood; clear, self-evident, or apparent.

Usage examples:

Unemployment has been the most obvious cost of the recession

Obviously

ˈɒbvɪəsli

Meanings of Obviously:

adverb

In a way that is easily perceived or understood; clearly.

Usage examples:

She was obviously unwell

Meanings of Obvolute:

adjective

(of a leaf) having a margin that alternately overlaps and is overlapped by that of an opposing leaf.

Oc

ɒk

Meanings of Oc:

prefix

Variant spelling of ob- assimilated before c (as in occasion, occlude ).

abbreviation

Officer commanding.

Usage examples:

Shall i give the necessary orders to oc f company, sir?

Ocarina

ˌɒkəˈriːnə

Meanings of Ocarina:

noun

A small egg-shaped ceramic (especially terracotta) or metal wind instrument with holes for the fingers.

Usage examples:

What is elgar's patented nobilmente doing beside the evocation of harmonicas and ocarinas?

Meanings of Ocarinas:

noun

A small egg-shaped ceramic (especially terracotta) or metal wind instrument with holes for the fingers.

Usage examples:

What is elgar's patented nobilmente doing beside the evocation of harmonicas and ocarinas?

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