To make dark; overshadow
To deliberately make more confusing in order to conceal the truth.
To alter code while preserving its behavior but concealing its structure and intent.
“We need to obfuscate these classes before we ship the final release.”
Obfuscated; darkened; obscured.
To deviate, transgress; to go astray (from).
To shift or turn from direct speech or behaviour; to evade the truth; to waffle or be (intentionally) ambiguous.
“The people saw the politician prevaricate every day.”
To collude, as where an informer colludes with the defendant, and makes a sham prosecution.
To undertake something falsely and deceitfully, with the purpose of defeating or destroying it.
speak or act in an evasive way
“he seemed to prevaricate when journalists asked pointed questions”