- 1A coded message: you must solve the cryptograph to find the correct coordinatesMore example sentences
- By the end of this activity, students will be able to decipher a cryptograph.
- He starts decoding the complex cryptograph with the help of his fellow officer.
- In part, it is a war story, but one that is smart enough to know that wars are won because of superior technology and with codes and cryptographs.
- 2A device for encoding or decoding messages: in 1867 he unveiled his cryptograph, which used two clock-like hands, connected by gearsMore example sentences
- Wheatstone also displayed his Cryptograph at the Paris Exposition of 1867.
- The new machine, called a cryptograph, in receiving the message as originally written by the sender and enciphering it mechanically, eliminates the human factor of the code clerk.
- He invented a cryptograph or secret despatch writer, which is supposed to be indecipherable.
More definitions of cryptographDefinition of cryptograph in:
- The US English dictionary