undecipherable love


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  • adj. not easily deciphered; difficult to read

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Indecipherable.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. not easily deciphered


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  • I stole a glance at Patch, to see his reaction to what I’d just done, but his eyes were on the poker game, his expression undecipherable.


  • The Oriental words and phrases are, in several instances, very incorrectly printed; but whether the fault rests with the colonel's "undecipherable" MS., or the correctors of the press, it is not for us to decide.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine — Volume 55, No. 341, March, 1844

  • He didn’t use any unnecessary words, and his expression was undecipherable.

    I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone

  • His search for an answer leads to a vivid chase story through Eastern Europe and the Middle East and an even more intriguing chase after the personality of Miernik himself—schlubby, irritating, untrustworthy, courageous and obstinately undecipherable.

    A Master Back in the Saddle

  • Did Uri sing when merry and sigh when sad, he could have understood; but as it was, the cryptic features were undecipherable; he could not measure the soul they concealed.


  • On his way to it, he stumbled upon three graves, snow-buried, but marked by hand-hewn head-posts and undecipherable writing.


  • Fox -- and near the ground's lip, all but undecipherable, Aet Suae

    The propitiatory intent

  • Two years ago, it suddenly began tapping out strange, uneven rhythms like undecipherable Morse code and these irregular pulses would persist for hours, sometimes days.

    Red Room: Zoe FitzGerald Carter: Saying Goodbye to Wine

  • When asked why the company doesn't simply improve its public image by investing in its networks, offering better prices and supporting public policies like Net Neutrality, the spokesperson responded with a blank stare, and then this undecipherable last sentence: "AT&T is best known for what it does best, and is going to keep it that way."

    AT&T Apologizes for Luke Wilson Ads

  • Through Friday afternoon, the order of things at the PGA Championship here at Whistling Straits was still undecipherable.

    The Big Crowd by the Lake

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