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  • v  make less visible or unclear

  • Such impassioned distortions only becloud the truth about the Pill, which is difficult enough to establish.
  • How about a trip that will dissolve the floors of memory and identity, becloud the boundaries separating reality and illusion, return the traveler momentarily to his primal .
  • Aided by the passage of time, the steady drumfire of Communist propaganda had done much to becloud the facts of the Rosenberg case.

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