verb (used with object), un·scram·bled, un·scram·bling.
Origin of unscramble
Examples from the Web for unscramble
But, with every quarter that passes, it's harder to unscramble the egg.
In the Pentagon it takes days to unscramble a received broadcast such as Betsy receives!
"These two'll unscramble that broadcast," said Sergeant Bellews, with tranquil confidence.
The disadvantage, soon manifest, was that no plan had been devised to unscramble the reports from the various tanks.Greener Than You Think|Ward Moore