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Definition of Unriddle

  • To read the riddle of; to solve or explain; as, to unriddle an enigma or a mystery.

How to use unriddle in a sentence. Unriddle pronunciation.

All this, without a gloss, or comment, 185 He could unriddle in a moment, In proper terms, such as men smatter When they throw out, and miss the matter.
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By means of this, with hem and cough, Prolongers to enlighten'd stuff, He cou'd deep mysteries unriddle As easily as thread a needle.
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He held a stirrup, while the Knight 495 From leathern bare-bones did alight And taking from his hand the bridle, Approach'd the dark Squire to unriddle.
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Unriddle all that mankind knows With solid bending of your brows; All arts and sciences advance, With screwing of your countenance, 70 And, with a penetrating eye, Into th' abstrusest learning pry?
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And when they should, at gaol delivery, Unriddle one another's thievery, Both might have evidence enough, To render neither halter proof.
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That the matter is like to puzzle the earl himself, so that it is hard for a plain man to unriddle.
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Death alone can unriddle death.
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Melbourne, and only Melbourne, could unriddle it for me.
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He paused, and it was a sign of the change that an ambition long repressed, but now rushing into the vent legitimately open to it, had already begun to work in the character hitherto so self-reliant, when he said in a low voice, "But that dream which hath so long lain locked, not lost, in my mind; that dream of which I recall only vague remembrances of danger yet defiance, trouble yet triumph,-canst thou unriddle it, O Vala, into auguries of success?
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Was he seeking to unriddle it?
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The ear of Fancy, it is said, can discover the voice of sea-nymphs and tritons amid the bursting murmurs of the ocean; would that I could do so, and that some siren or Proteus would arise from these billows to unriddle for me the strange maze of fate in which I am so deeply entangled!
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She gazed at him in patient, faintly smiling bewilderment, as if it were something he would unriddle for her when he chose.
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And of all these desultory thoughts it came that I packed up that odious but very lovely locket, without further attempt to unriddle it, and persuaded my very good and clever Mrs. Busk to let me start right early.
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No denial could now stand in her way, for in her heart swiftly she devised a means to unriddle this counsel, so only she might endure until the evening, and the Duke was in her arms.
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The boy's musings profited him nothing; the more he tried to unriddle the mystery the more perplexed he became, the more his head ached, and the worse he slept.
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Whoever can unriddle that mystery?
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Bellmour will unriddle to you.
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He was a logician as well as a poet, and is fabled to have died of vexation because he could not unriddle one of the metaphysical catches or puzzles of the sophists.
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But there are strange things, and unaccountable agencies in nature: He only who dwells between the Cherubim can unriddle them, and to Him the honour must redound for ever.
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In attempting to do this, a circumstance arrested my attention (for which I could in nowise account, which to this day I cannot unriddle, nor shall I ever be able to comprehend it while I live): the frock and turban, which had furnished my disguise on the preceding day, were both removed, and my own black coat and cocked hat laid down in their place.
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Examples of Unriddle

Example #1
Whether the serpent, at the fall, Had cloven feet, or none at all.
Example #2
Below the moon, or else above it.
Example #3
For Saints themselves will sometimes be 495 Of gifts, that cost them nothing, free.
Example #4
But as he got it freely, so He spent it frank and freely too.
Example #5
He ask'd him whence he came, and whither Their bus'ness lay?
Example #6
The one's the learned Knight: seek out, And pump 'em what they come about.