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- adv. In a cryptic manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Secretly; occultly; in a manner so as to hide or obscure meaning.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Secretly; in an occult manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a cryptic manner
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Steve Ellis, Honda Fuel Cell Manager, told AutoblogGreen - kind of cryptically - that Scott may be on to something: has made several comments over the last few months about exploring this and where battery technology is today.
“I’ve been so kind of cryptically avoiding this question throughout the entire press tour …,” Pattinson answered.
Why does he need to answer “cryptically” if nothing is there?
The only reference to the standard of review for mandamus petitions under the CVRA is a single sentence stating cryptically that “in the appropriate circumstances” mandamus relief “is available under a different, and less demanding standard.”
My worlds were broken up on hundreds of tiny, cryptically named files spread over two computers and a laptop.
"It's definitely really growing," Ms. Brown said cryptically.
The brief appearance — Cook's bare-legged JJ ("It was so Mrs. Robinson, right?" the actress says) cryptically accepts an offer from Rossi (Joe Mantegna) to rejoin the BAU — was only a guest spot, but the actress will return to the procedural as a regular this fall.
Paul began cryptically by asking his crowd: "Does anybody here know the name Kelly Clarkson?" which muted the crowd somewhat – the one-time American Idol star endorsed Paul two weeks ago – before trying to reason why so many youngsters were supporting him.
Another man is cryptically described as crushing his testicles while playing "a Christmas game".
At a press conference, Janiak said cryptically that the Swiss government had “acted under pressure.”