What is the opposite of transparent?

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(of an object) Opposite of having the property that light passes through undisturbed in a way that allows objects behind to be seen clearly
“The main dining area is sectioned off with opaque glass windows and sheer curtains.”
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(of a material) Opposite of able to see through
“The midwife had laid the little girl on the side of the birthing table in a thick linen quilt.”
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Opposite of easily understandable or perceived
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“He was evasive and provided some very ambiguous answers to the questions asked of him.”
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Opposite of apparent or obvious
“I imagine my obscure rantings and categorizations may draw the odd comment from those versed in literary theory.”
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(of an organization or its activities) Opposite of having practices that are open and visible to the public
“The usually secretive agency is best known for its expertise in cybersecurity.”
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Opposite of smooth, clear, and shiny, like glass
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Opposite of flimsy or see-through, or made of such material
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Opposite of conspicuously or obviously bad, wrong or offensive
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Opposite of needing very little effort
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“The climb was difficult, for there was only a narrow pathway between and around rugged rock outcroppings.”
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Opposite of conspicuously or obviously bad, wrong or offensive
“He planned an operation requiring covert surveillance to arrest several suspects.”
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Opposite of done, perceived, or existing in open view
“The President called and said that he wanted to speak to me about a secret matter.”
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Opposite of conspicuously or obviously bad, wrong or offensive
“No monk was infallible and it was recognized that everyone would at some point commit a minor transgression.”
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Opposite of showing no shame or embarrassment
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Opposite of not convincing, plausible or believable
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Opposite of arousing scornful pity or contempt, often due to miserable inadequacy
“Cleaves earned a niche in the scholarly world as a man who made a respectable attempt to rescue several noteworthy historical characters from relative obscurity.”
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Opposite of casual or relaxed in nature
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Opposite of bright and colorless, due to the reflection of all visible rays of light
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