unriddle

[uhn-rid-l]

verb (used with object), un·rid·dled, un·rid·dling.

to solve (a riddle, mystery, etc.).

Origin of unriddle

First recorded in 1580–90; un-2 + riddle1
Related formsun·rid·dler, noun
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unriddle

verb

(tr) to solve or puzzle out
Derived Formsunriddler, noun

Word Origin for unriddle

C16: from un- ² + riddle 1
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