What is the opposite of obscure?

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Adjective
Opposite of not fully explained, discovered or known about
“The robbers' whereabouts were clear once a tipoff was made to the police.”
Adjective
Opposite of not clearly expressed or easily understood
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“He spoke with a clear voice, articulate and mesmerizing in his delivery.”
Adjective
Opposite of physically or visibly unclear or indistinct
“The council was adamant that clear instructions were explicitly displayed when I attempted to dispute my parking fine.”
Adjective
Opposite of not important or well known
“Hugh Jackman is a famous celebrity, but he remains one of the most genuine and down to earth people you will ever meet.”
Adjective
Opposite of being without, or without much, light
“The centerpiece was exhibited in a bright area of the showroom where many were able to admire its brilliance.”
Adjective
(of a place or location) Opposite of remote or secluded in nature
“The nearby town was renowned for its pancakes and Belgian waffles.”
Adjective
Opposite of that cannot be precisely defined or put into words
Adjective
Opposite of not having physical existence
Adjective
Opposite of humble in position or status
Adjective
Opposite of not much visited or frequented
Adjective
Opposite of not as great or important as the other or the rest
Adjective
Opposite of complex or dense
Adjective
Opposite of secluded
Verb
(reveal) Opposite of to physically make unclear or less visible
“The news anchor would throw over to the announcer to reveal the winner of the first prize.”
Verb
(brighten) Opposite of to physically make unclear or less visible
“Turn on your flashlights so we can illuminate the path we need to take to get us out of here!”
Verb
(clear) Opposite of to physically make unclear or less visible
“Could you please clear the pipes of any organic matter that may be clogging them?”
Verb
Opposite of to make unclear or difficult to understand
“Please clarify your reasoning behind your decision.”
Verb
Opposite of to remove or destroy entirely
Verb
Opposite of to alter something from its true state, typically to deceive
Verb
Opposite of to make something more complex
“Removing the superfluous data in this report will simplify the facts.”
Verb
Opposite of try to forget
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