Definition of Cryptographies

1. Noun. (plural of cryptography) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Cryptographies

1. cryptography [n] - See also: cryptography

Lexicographical Neighbors of Cryptographies

cryptogenic epilepsy
cryptogenic infection
cryptogenic pyaemia
cryptogenic septicaemia
cryptogram
cryptogrammatic
cryptogrammatically
cryptogramme
cryptograms
cryptograph
cryptographer
cryptographers
cryptographic
cryptographical
cryptographically
cryptographies (current term)
cryptographist
cryptographists
cryptographs
cryptography
cryptohalite
cryptolalia
cryptolect
cryptolith
cryptologic
cryptological
cryptologies
cryptologist
cryptologists
cryptology

Literary usage of Cryptographies

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Critical Infrastructure Protection: Commercial Satellite Security Should Be by Robert F. Dacey (2003)
"The policy states that approved US cryptographies shall be used to provide confidentiality for (1) command and control uplinks, (2) data links that transmit ..."

2. The Poetical Works of James Russell Lowell: With Illustrations by James Russell Lowell (1891)
"For it is precisely in such cryptographies that mankind arc prone to seek for and find a wonderful amount and variety of significance. ..."

3. History of Prose Fiction by John Colin Dunlop (1906)
"... did not cultivate this ars cryptographies. His works reflect the sad, subdued stoicism and fatalistic endurance which so characteristically mark the ..."

4. Poetical Works by Robert Browning, James Russell Lowell (1895)
"For it is precisely in such cryptographies that mankind are prone to seek for and find a wonderful amount and variety of ..."

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