secret code

NOUN
  1. a secret method of writing
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How To Use secret code In A Sentence

  • In the first century AD, miracles were seen as a secret code - a set of signs and ciphers known only to the Jews.
  • IT'S the top-secret code which has baffled and bewildered England managers for decades. The Sun
  • He was asked to hand on the key to a secret code to the guerrillas.
  • The only part that seemed alive was the eyes, bright blue - too blue - and in constant motion, so that they seemed to be semaphoring some sort of secret coded message: first all blue, then milky white, then blue again.
  • Have you ever tried deciphering a doctor's prescription that looks like some sort of secret code out of World War II?
  • AIB transactions are conducted at the Post Office counter, via a dedicated pinpad through which the customer keys in their secret code.
  • So I use this term crypto - Marxist, which I think has the image of a kind of secret code.
  • They didn't realise that we'd broken their secret code.
  • He operated radio links or sent messages using secret codes.
  • I put this into South Downs where Blakemore feels that everybody else understands the secret codes for how things work, but he doesn't. David Hare: 'It's absurd, but I feel insecure'
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