The quality or condition of being unknown: "Also complete obscurity need not be an obstacle to [political] success” ( New Republic).
one that's unknown.
the high quality or problem of being imperfectly known or difficult to comprehend: "writings supposed to be understood . . . by all, composed without deliberate obscurity or hidden motives” ( National Review).
a case of being imperfectly known or tough to understand.
Darkness; the lack of light.
their state to be not known; a thing that is not known
The quality of becoming tough to understand; a thing that is difficult to know
the standard or state to be obscure.
the high quality or state of being obscure; darkness; dimness; doubt of meaning; unintelligibleness; an obscure spot, condition, or problem; specifically, the healthiness of becoming not known.
Synonyms Dimness, Gloom, etc. (identify darkness), tone, obscuration; pension, seclusion.
an obscure and unimportant standing; maybe not famous
the grade of becoming not clear or abstruse and difficult to comprehend
their state to be indistinct or long for insufficient sufficient lighting