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obfuscate

To make unclear or to confuse. See obfuscator and email obfuscator.
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As a socialist, I despise the Labour Party for the role they have played in obfuscating the reality of an alternative to capitalism.
With the prospect of more false stories of American war crimes in Iraq or Afghanistan (and their risk of obfuscating true stories of American misconduct), "War Stories" is extraordinarily timely and highly recommended.
The agency has been accused by patient advocates and some drug makers of obfuscating the criteria physicians need to seek to use investigational drugs in their patients.
Doctors and patients shouldn't be chastised for obfuscating to protect their freedoms.
Obfuscating accountability seems to be one of the system's main objectives.
Then there is Twist, a pliable wishbone, legs swiveled and impossibly contorted and crowned by a hair-covered skull, a tangled mask obfuscating the figure's identity.
After more than two years of dilly-dallying, lying, and obfuscating, we're coming into the home stretch of the official "investigation" into who in the Bush administration "outed" covert CIA agent Valerie Plame, a felony offense.