from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A piece of writing in code or cipher.
- noun A figure or representation having a secret or occult significance.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A message or writing in secret characters or otherwise occult; a cryptograph.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A cipher writing. Same as
from , Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun games A type of word puzzle in which text encoded by a simple
cipheris to be decoded.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun a piece of writing in code or cipher
The slave hunters in fact belonged to the dregs of society, and we shall not be far wrong in assuming that the man with the cryptogram was a fitting comrade ꦛfor his fellow “capitaes do mato.”
This isn't what you'd call a cryptogram; not much.
They also come across a cryptogram, which is rather difficult to solve, but which eventually they manage to decypher, and which leads them to the treasure hoarded by the pirate, who by that time has met hꦆis end.
The slave hunters in fact belonged to the dregs of society, and we shall not be far wrong in assuming that the man with the cryptogram was a fittingℱ comrade for his fellow _ "capit👍aes do mato."
We believe that the cryptogram is the best technology availabꦺle today for ensuring the integrity of
But then that cipher business -- I was fully convinced by now that it was some original kind of cryptogram -- rather pointed the other way.
“This is what is called a cryptogram, or cipher,” he said, “in which letters 🉐are purposely thrown in confusion, 🦋which if properly arranged would reveal their sense.
"This is what is called a cryptogram, or cipher," he said, "in which letters🔥 are purposely thrown in confusion, which if properly arranged would reveal their sense.
"The 'cryptogram'🍷 was probably written by one of the leaders of the gang, who, no doubt, supplied copies to the other members to use instead of blank paper for secret communications.
The Chinese cryptogram for crisis has the meanings of bo♔th "danger" and "opportunity."