Definition of Decipherers

1. Noun. (plural of decipherer) ¹



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Definition of Decipherers

1. decipherer [n] - See also: decipherer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Decipherers

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decimetric
decimic
decimole
decimoles
decimorgan
decine
decinormal
decipher
decipherability
decipherable
decipherably
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decipherer
decipherers (current term)
decipheress
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decipiency
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decipols
decisecond
deciseconds
decision
decision-making
decision analysis

Literary usage of Decipherers

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1. Assyrian Language: Easy Lessons in the Cuneiform Inscriptions by Leonard William King (1901)
"At length, in the year 1857, with a view of deciding the credibility of the statements made by the decipherers, the Royal Asiatic Society devised a test ..."

2. A History of Babylonia and Assyria by Robert William Rogers (1915)
"A HISTORY OF BABYLONIA AND ASSYRIA BOOK I PROLEGOMENA CHAPTER I EARLY TRAVELERS AND EARLY decipherers PRIOR to the only knowledge possessed by the world of ..."

3. Assyrian Discoveries: An Account of Explorations and Discoveries on the Site by George Smith (1875)
"Later decipherers. interest attaching to the valley of the Euphrates and Tigris is of the widest kind ; and, excepting the land of Palestine, no other part ..."

4. The Baptist Quarterly by Baptist Historical Society (1874)
"All of the decipherers acknowledged the assistance of private copies of several ... The names most famous among decipherers are De Sacy, St. Martin, Beer, ..."

5. Contributions to the Science of Mythology by Friedrich Max Müller (1897)
"As soon as the decipherers of the hieroglyphic inscriptions began to reveal ... There also the decipherers of the Babylonian tablets soon discovered that ..."

6. The State Policy of Modern Europe from the Beginning of the Sixteenth by Imre Szabo (1857)
"To an engineer who offered the plans of all the fortified places and other similar information, 400 fl. To two of the chief letter- decipherers, 800 fl. ..."

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