decipherable decipherable


  • (adj) easily deciphered



  1. The messages were in code, but contained some decipherable details including a discussion of hydrogen peroxide, which can be used to make a bomb in high enough concentrations.
  2. Of the rest, a majority could be described as semi-decipherable, mainly because the artists gave a hint of their meanings by the titles.
  3. The tapes are currently being analyzed for both straight content and any other decipherable messages.


  • When taking notes, toss the ballpoint away

    When I report on live events such as news conferences and product demos, I take notes. A tiny tape recorder, a pocket notebook and a cheap pen served as my tool kit for many years. Since I type much faster and more legibly than I hand-write, I later swapped the notebook and pen for a laptop. While typing notes was better and more decipherable than my scrawling on paper, it wasn't until notebook ...
    on July 10, 2013     Source: Houston Chronicle


  • "It's no frills," said Victor. "There's two loud crunchy stereo guitars, rumbling growling bass, and real slamming natural drums. I kept any vocal effects to a minimum. We felt that if the vocal couldn't hold its own dry and decipherable, it...
    on Aug 28, 2007 By: Tommy Victor Source:

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