profoundness, unclearness, inscrutableness, secret, lowliness, in/out of the public eye, obscureness, enigma, unknown, perplexity, clear, mysteriousness, obscure, equivocalness, nebulousness, nowheresville, ambiguity, humbleness, light, facelessness, profundity, silence, ambiguousness, knowledge, unknown quantity, unimportance, riddle, thing, uncertainty, inscrutability, abstrusity, unsung, nowhere, uncanniness, nebulosity, equivocation, dark, numinousness, unrecognized, namelessness, obliqueness, reconditeness, obliquity, impenetrability
concealment (part of speech: noun)
darkness (part of speech: noun)
complexity (part of speech: noun)
disorder (part of speech: noun)
disintegration, lawlessness, disorderliness, deformity, disorganization, mess, indefiniteness, messiness, turmoil, laxity, fuzziness, dishevel, insanity, disarrangement, commotion, disarray, looseness, inchoateness, inconsistency, indistinctness, inexactness, shapelessness, clutter, formlessness, disorder, disconnectedness, irregularity, anarchy, amorphousness, anarchism, frenzy, chaos, unevenness, perturbation, tumult, incoherence, discomposure, entropy, confusion, muddlement, derangement
opacity (part of speech: noun)
obscurity (part of speech: noun)
- To one unaccustomed to death in any form that object, head- on in the obscurity of the compartment, had been a trying sight. - "Laughing Bill Hyde and Other Stories", Rex Beach.
- Forrest stepped forward from the obscurity and struck a match. - "Jeanne of the Marshes", E. Phillips Oppenheim.
- Great fortunes were made, as a matter of course, and Europe witnessed the unique spectacle of men, born in poverty and obscurity, rising to be captains of the world. - "American Men of Mind", Burton E. Stevenson.