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# What is an enigmatic smile?

### Enigma in British English

Revise your riddle, if necessary. If your friends and family guess the answer immediately, you may want to go back and make the riddle a little more metaphorical. If they have too much trouble guessing the answer, you may need to tweak the wording to make the answer more evident. In either it is not clear yet why does the energy emerge in soft γ -rays and the resolution of this puzzle might provide the clue to the enigma of grbs. THE AMERICAN HERITAGE® DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, FIFTH EDITION by the Editors of the American Heritage Dictionaries.

## How can I be enigmatic?

During the Second World War, Alan Turing worked at the Government Code and Cipher School at Bletchley Park – the forerunner of GCHQ – where he devised the techniques which cracked the German Enigma code.

The riddle is an ambiguous or paradoxical statement with a hidden meaning to be guessed by the mental acuteness of the one to whom it is proposed; the riddle is not so petty as the conundrum, and may require much acuteness for its answer; a problem may require simply study and scholarship, as a problem in mathematics; a puzzle may be in something other than verbal statement, as a dissected map or any perplexing mechanical contrivance. Both enigma and puzzle may be applied to any matter difficult of answer or solution, enigma conveying an idea of greater dignity, puzzle applying to something more commonplace and mechanical; there are many dark enigmas in human life and in the course of providence; the location of a missing object is often a puzzle. Begin with the answer.

Many things have been named Enigma, including a rock band, a video game, a rollercoaster ride, and a very famous coding machine used in World War II. Use the noun enigma to refer to something that is a puzzle or a mystery. Why do you have to learn difficult words like this?

### In literature:

• Not much - they are still a mystery inside a riddle wrapped in an enigma.
• Use the noun enigma to refer to something that is a puzzle or a mystery.
• Revise your riddle, if necessary.
• If they have too much trouble guessing the answer, you may need to tweak the wording to make the answer more evident.
• Why do you have to learn difficult words like this?

## What is the root word of enigma?

The two types of literature are written and oral. Written literature includes novels and poetry. It also has subsections of prose, fiction, myths, novels and short stories. Oral literature includes folklore, ballads, myths and fables.

## What does Charismatic Enigma mean?

charismatic enigma. it's a person usually who mysteriously possessing an extraordinary ability to attract; having a way with words or actions.

## What is a human enigma?

enigma. Use the noun enigma to refer to something that is a puzzle or a mystery. Why do you have to learn difficult words like this? That is an enigma. Traveling to English from Greek by means of the Latin word for "riddle," enigma refers to something or someone that is mysterious, puzzling, or difficult to figure out.

I cannot forecast to you the action of Russia. It is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma. Not much - they are still a mystery inside a riddle wrapped in an enigma. Themechanics of thegame itself are a riddle wrapped in an enigmainside a mystery.

## What goes up but never comes down?

What is broken every time it's spoken? Answer: Silence.

Once you have the solution of of your riddle, you will work backward to creating the riddle. Try to choose something easy to personify, as personification (the ascription of human-like qualities to non-human things) is a very common technique in riddle-making.For example, you could choose "a pencil" as your solution, because most people will be familiar with it. Traveling to English from Greek by means of the Latin word for "riddle," enigma refers to something or someone that is mysterious, puzzling, or difficult to figure out.