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Morton could not unriddle the conduct of his friend, for he knew that his most trivial action was not meaningless.
ALONEMARION HARLAND
Meanwhile he looked back at that box on the grand tier, striving to unriddle the mystery of his knowledge of those two persons.
Cecil, who had no idea that labour could be its own reward, was very desirous to unriddle my perseverance in the study of Gaelic.
DISCIPLINEMARY BRUNTON
Who knows better than you, Marquis, what enigmas they are to unriddle?
I'll not be seen; but to my old appointment with Theodosia, and desire her to unriddle it.
It would be no harder task to unwind a mummy, than to unroll and unriddle thee, old rogue, in thy endless windings and detours!
This miracle of blue unblemished sky that had baffled all others since life began—he, he would unriddle it!
WHERE THE BLUE BEGINSCHRISTOPHER MORLEY
How earnestly he runs to her Guardians, to see if they will unriddle him this doubt that he is in.
The door closed behind the party, shutting in a secret which he was never to unriddle.
CASANOVA'S HOMECOMINGARTHUR SCHNITZLER
This sounds like a conundrum; and, as that is hardly fair, I will proceed to unriddle it at once and tell you all about it.
EYEBRIGHTSUSAN COOLIDGE

WORDS RELATED TO UNRIDDLE

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obnubilateverb (used with object) | [ob-noo-buh-leyt, -nyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION