[ob-uhm-breyt] /ɒbˈʌm breɪt/
verb (used with object), obumbrated, obumbrating.
to darken, overshadow, or cloud.
Obsolete. overshadowed, darkened.
[noun ob-vurs; adjective ob-vurs, ob-vurs] /noun ˈɒb vɜrs; adjective ɒbˈvɜrs, ˈɒb vɜrs/ noun 1. the side of a coin, medal, flag, etc., that bears the principal design (opposed to ). 2. the front or principal surface of anything. 3. a counterpart. 4. Logic. a proposition obtained from another by . adjective 5. facing the observer. […]
[ob-vur-zhuh n, -shuh n] /ɒbˈvɜr ʒən, -ʃən/ noun 1. an act or instance of . 2. something that is . 3. Logic. a form of inference in which a negative proposition is obtained from an affirmative, or vice versa, as “None of us is immortal” is obtained by obversion from “All of us are mortal.”.
[ob-vurt] /ɒbˈvɜrt/ verb (used with object) 1. to turn (something) so as to show a different surface. 2. Logic. to change (a proposition) by . /ɒbˈvɜːt/ verb (transitive) 1. (logic) to deduce the obverse of (a proposition) 2. (rare) to turn so as to show the main or other side
[ob-vee-eyt] /ˈɒb viˌeɪt/ verb (used with object), obviated, obviating. 1. to anticipate and prevent or eliminate (difficulties, disadvantages, etc.) by effective measures; render unnecessary: to obviate the risk of serious injury. /ˈɒbvɪˌeɪt/ verb 1. (transitive) to avoid or prevent (a need or difficulty) v. 1590s, “to meet and do away with,” from Late Latin obviatus, […]