The announcement says cryptically that there will be a “daily limit” on such access for “some search engines.”
cryptically, he added that he would like women to have more leadership roles in administrative and pastoral activities.
The areas where they overlap are cryptically blurred, impossible to anticipate what monstrosities might come from them.
But earlier this month McCain cryptically Twittered that the proposal "appears to be a cap & tax bill that I won't support."
When Tiger finally did issue a statement, it said cryptically: “this will never happen again.”
I can do more accurate work with this than the machine gun, he said cryptically.
"They know," said Russ cryptically from his position in front of the vision plate.
"Well, we'll see what we'll see," observed Miss Beaver cryptically, her mouth an ominous tight red line.
"There are more ways of skinning a cat than one," he said cryptically.
"If more men were foolish, the world would get along a good deal better," said Aunt Jane cryptically.
1630s, "hidden, occult, mystical," from Late Latin crypticus, from Greek kryptikos "fit for concealing," from kryptos "hidden" (see crypt). Meaning "mysterious, enigmatic" is recorded from 1920. Related: Cryptically.
cryptic cryp·tic (krĭp'tĭk)
Hidden or concealed.
Tending to conceal or camouflage, as the coloring of an animal.