adjective Also cryp·ti·cal.
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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.
The announcement says cryptically that there will be a “daily limit” on such access for “some search engines.”
When Tiger finally did issue a statement, it said cryptically: “this will never happen again.”
But earlier this month McCain cryptically Twittered that the proposal "appears to be a cap & tax bill that I won't support."
“I am not anxious to see Miss McLeod,” he answered, cryptically.The Mystery of the Green Ray|William Le Queux
I can do more accurate work with this than the machine gun, he said cryptically.The Fifth-Dimension Tube|William Fitzgerald Jenkins
"There is always a doubt about getting money back from syndicates," said McNorton cryptically.The Green Rust|Edgar Wallace
You know rudely, quickly, cryptically, or anything like that.Seeing Things at Night|Heywood Broun
"If more men were foolish, the world would get along a good deal better," said Aunt Jane cryptically.Aunt Jane|Jennette Lee