(ˈɒb fəˌskeɪt, ɒbˈfʌs keɪt)
v.t. -cat•ed, -cat•ing.
1. to confuse.
2. to make unclear.
3. to darken.
< Late Latin obfuscāre
+ fuscāre, derivative
of fuscus dark]
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1. often accoutrements An accessory item of equipment or dress.
2. often accoutrements Military equipment other than uniforms and weapons.
3. accoutrements Outward forms of recognition; trappings: cathedral ceilings, heated swimming pools, and other accoutrements signaling great wealth.
4. Archaic The act of accoutring.
having to do with, or depending on, circumstances
not of primary importance; incidental
full or complete in detail
full of pomp or display; ceremonial
A remedy for all diseases, evils, or difficulties; a cure-all.
[Latin panacēa, from Greek panakeia, from panakēs, all-healing : pan-, pan- + akos, cure.]