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- adj. not easily deciphered; difficult to read
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
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- 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.
He didn’t use any unnecessary words, and his expression was undecipherable.
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.
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
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.
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."
Through Friday afternoon, the order of things at the PGA Championship here at Whistling Straits was still undecipherable.