Antonyms for unravelled

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Men like the problem that they fancy they have unravelled by their own acuteness.

The Government has unravelled a good deal of the conspiracy.

It is a cipher that cannot be unravelled without the key number.

“This mystery is unravelled,” thought I, and I was right in my conjectures.

I stepped off him, unravelled the lead and dragged him to the Parcels Office.

In solving the problem of the invoices, all the rest of the trouble seemed to be unravelled.

All that is mysterious has now, I believe, been unravelled, and we may go back to our story.

Directly it was light I took off and unravelled one of my socks.

Then little by little he unravelled the boy's desire, and the story of the treasure.

We shall have unravelled all your mysteries, and read all your riddles, by—when shall I say?