from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. Acting in a manner that suggests an enigma.
- adv. Behaving mysteriously or strangely.
- adv. Functioning in a way that is unexplainable.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Darkly; obscurely.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an obscure manner; in a meaning different from that which the words or circumstances commonly indicate.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a cryptic manner
I was interested enough to look up the author's name enigmatically hidden under initials, but it has to be a woman, right?
For someone who cost €34.5 million - Manchester United's record purchase - Berbatov could not be called enigmatically inspirational just now.
By making it impossible to quote him directly, he was able to satisfy both of Morris’s contradictory desires—he would always come across as interesting (in that the reporter would be forced to essentially fictionalize a narrative from a conversation that was almost impossible to reference), but he’d still be presented in the way he wanted to be seen (which is to say, enigmatically).
Rare is the American child who finishes school without at least once being asked to write a story based on one of the eerie, enigmatically captioned illustrations from Chris Van Allsburg's 1984 picture book, "The Mysteries of Harris Burdick."
They still managed to give their conservative rivals - the enigmatically named Social Democrats - a good hammering.
The Presidential Guard remain enigmatically silent.
"The sun rises each morning," Li Faa said enigmatically.
"You'll do, I think, though it remains to be seen," he said enigmatically.
"We'll see what we will see," he said enigmatically.
We are far more conditioned for characters to sing to fill a void than for their melodic personalities to hover, enigmatically, in a theaterâs negative space.