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  1. Enigmatic (which traces back to Greek ainissesthai, meaning "to speak in riddles") emphasizes a puzzling, mystifying quality, whereas cryptic implies a purposely concealed meaning. Equivocal is the best choice for language that is left open to differing interpretations with the intention of deceiving or evading. Examples of enigmatic in a Sentence.
  2. Enigmatic has always meant “ambiguous, obscure, perplexing” since the adjective entered English in the 17th century. This word comes from the Latin adjective aenigmaticus, from the Greek adjective ainigmatikós, a derivative of the Greek noun aínigma (stem ainigmat-) “a dark saying, riddle, taunt.”.
  3. enigmatic: adjective ambiguous, baffling, bothering, confounding, confusing, conjectural, cryptic, disconcerting, esoteric, hard to understand, hidden.
  4. mysterious and impossible to understand completely: The Mona Lisa has a famously enigmatic smile. He left an enigmatic message on my answering machine.
  5. adjective The definition of enigmatic is something that is like a puzzle or riddle that can’t be understood. An example of enigmatic is the mysterious ending of a .
  6. enigmatic Something that's enigmatic is tough to figure out. It's puzzling and even mysterious, like those weird secret college societies, Mona Lisa's smile, or the New York Times crossword. It's no mystery where the adjective enigmatic comes from: It's rooted in the Greek word for riddle.
  7. Synonyms & Antonyms of enigmatic 1 being beyond one's powers to know, understand, or explain the discovery of the abandoned ship in mid ocean remains one of the most enigmatic episodes in .

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