cryptogram

[ krip-tuh-gram ]SEE DEFINITION OF cryptogram

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRYPTOGRAM

I tore up the key, but here is a translation of the cryptogram.

For aught we know we may never have another opportunity to work on this cryptogram.

Without knowing where “A.” was, Orme could make nothing of the cryptogram.

I had not a shadow of doubt as to the bona fides of the cryptogram.

Then she asked me to explain how I had come to decipher the cryptogram.

On one of the stairs he picked up Grandfather Lumsden's cryptogram.

Therefore the sheet on which the cryptogram has been drawn was cut from the Bible.

Now, the first line of central figures in the cryptogram is 150.

"North or south may be indicated in the cryptogram—when we discover it," said Marsland.

"Some one who has solved the cryptogram or got it solved for him," said Crewe.

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