obscurant definition

  • noun:
    • a person who opposes intellectual advancement and governmental reform.
    • one that functions to confound or obfuscate; an obscurantist.
    • somebody who seeks to prevent or impede enquiry and also the advancement of knowledge or knowledge; a real estate agent of endarkenment.
    • An opposer of lucidity and transparency when you look at the political and intellectual spheres.
    • One who obscures; a person who prevents enlightenment or hinders the development of real information and wisdom.
    • person who or what obscures; particularly, one that labors to avoid query, enlightenment, or reform; an obscurantist.
  • adjective:
    • Characterized by opposition to intellectual development and political reform.
    • looking after make obscure: an obscurant lender of clouds.
    • Acting or tending to confound, obfuscate, or obscure.
    • Typical of or regarding obscurants; obscurantic; obscurantistic.
  • others:
    • Obscuring or darkening; regarding the nature of, or characteristic of, an obscurant.

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