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  • noun Plural form of cryptograph.

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Examples

  • These characters, as any one might readily guess, form a cipher — that is to say, they convey a meaning; but then, from what is known of Kidd, I could not suppose him capable of constructing any of the more abstruse cryptographs.

    The Gold-Bug

  • These characters, as any one might readily guess, form a cipher -- that is to say, they convey a meaning; but then, from what is known of Kidd, I could not suppose him capable of constructing any of the more abstruse cryptographs.

    The Short-story

  • He however succeeded with several difficult cryptographs that were sent to him, and the direction of his mind to the subject led to the composition of some of the tales of ratiocination which so largely increased his reputation.

    International Miscellany of Literature, Art and Science, Vol. 1, No. 3, Oct. 1, 1850

  • These characters, as any one might readily guess, form a cipher -- that is to say, they, convey a meaning; but then, from what is known of Kidd, I could not suppose him capable of constructing any of the more abstruse cryptographs.

    Short Stories for English Courses

  • These characters, as any one might readily guess, form a cipher -- that is to say, they convey a meaning; but then, from what is known of Kidd, I could not suppose, him capable of constructing any of the more abstruse cryptographs.

    Selections from Poe

  • Victoria Street, Westminster, a skilful experimentalist, who was the first to turn to the subject in England, I have witnessed the taking of these "shadow photographs," as they are called, somewhat erroneously, for "radiographs" or "cryptographs" would be a better word, and shall briefly describe his method.

    The Story of Electricity

  • How strangely these cryptographs come drifting along the tide, like the gilded ornaments of a wreck after the hull has gone down! '

    Wilfrid Cumbermede

  • These characters, as any one might readily guess, form a cipher — that is to say, they convey a meaning; but then, from what is known of Kidd, I could not suppose him capable of constructing any of the more abstruse cryptographs.

    Tales.

  • These characters, as any one might readily guess, form a cipher -- that is to say, they convey a meaning; but then, from what is known of Kidd, I could not suppose him capable of constructing any of the more abstruse cryptographs.

    The Works of Edgar Allan Poe — Volume 1

  • I have no more room in my brain for PINS, passwords, ciphers, codes, cryptographs and hieroglyphs.

    BC Bloggers

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