enigmatically

[ UK /ˌɛnɪɡmˈætɪkli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in a cryptic manner
    `we will meet again', he said cryptically
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How To Use enigmatically In A Sentence

  • In one painting enigmatically titled Hoovering, there appears to be a black silhouette of a rabbit.
  • ‘Watch and learn,’ his friend replies enigmatically, before changing the clockwise finger-spin to widdershins.
  • To his credit, the former centre‑back, described somewhat fancifully as a Derby and West Ham "legend" at Derby maybe, but I think you have to play for a team longer than a couple of seasons to have legendary status bestowed upon you, smiled enigmatically, and swatted it away like he used to troublesome attackers. It's worth staying up, if only to avoid a night in with Manish | Martin Kelner
  • What was once enigmatically mesmerising in this kind of modish Iranian movie is now redundant and exasperating.
  • Corbiere didn't deserve this," she said enigmatically.
  • Most dramatic of all are the tall, enigmatically smiling kouros, which are archaic statues of godlike young men.
  • His essay offers an intriguing interpretation of a Tudor portrait featuring five enigmatically blank panels.
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