cipher[ sahy-fer ]SEE DEFINITION OF cipher
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CIPHER
Better be forty-four and yourself, than a cipher belonging to some body else.
He had been succeeded by MacMahon, a good, brave man, but a cipher.
He had received an elementary education; could read, write, and cipher.
No message in cipher, nor any that is at all questionable, must be sent or delivered.
I told you the truth when I said that the cipher letter was an enigma to me.
But that cipher had nothing whatever to do with his regard for her.
Some words in cipher followed, and an under-secretary's initials.
A telegraphic despatch in cipher was put into his hands as he was reading.
That they did learn the whereabouts of the cipher, however, we now realize only too well.
"Boys, there is a chance for us to have a jolly time with Cipher," said Paul at recess.