decipher

[ dih-sahy-fer ]SEE DEFINITION OF decipher

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DECIPHER

Many others are so defaced that it is impossible to decipher them.

There is not a living eye that could now decipher these memorials.

Of Greek I can decipher perhaps the greater part of the Greek alphabet.

To decipher the message, a special code-book or dictionary would be required.

And still he dreaded the approach of the day when he should decipher its awful meaning.

Then he forced himself to decipher it, sentence by sentence, with a fierce avidity.

I leave it to the wise to decipher the rationale, but such is the fact.

They are occasionally hard to decipher when they're displeased.

She bent down and out toward the light, trying to decipher the writing.

If the style be the man, his reverence is not difficult to decipher.

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