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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unriddle.

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Examples

  • Would it not have puzzled these old moles, too, to have explained by which of the two 'roads' a cryptographist unriddles a cryptograph of more than usual secrecy, or by which of the two roads Champollion directed mankind to those enduring and almost innumerable truths which resulted from his deciphering the Hieroglyphics?

    Mellonta Tauta

  • He estimates him fairly, indeed, and understands him well; but he unriddles his character rather by acuteness than by sympathy.

    Grandfather's Chair

  • Would it not have puzzled these old moles too, to have explained by which of the two "roads" a cryptographist unriddles a cryptograph of more than usual secrecy, or by which of the two roads Champollion directed mankind to those enduring and almost innumerable truths which resulted from his deciphering the

    The Works of Edgar Allan Poe — Volume 4

  • This design once admitted unriddles the mystery of the whole conduct of the Emperor's ministers with regard to France.

    The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. 04 (of 12)

  • Now Paul here unriddles the matter: I confess that in the way which they call heresy -- or a sect, so worship I the God of my fathers.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume VI (Acts to Revelation)

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