The duchess sat at a replica radio to hear, learn about, and decipher morse code.
Compared to Bush, Obama “is much harder to decipher,” one editorial said.
After a brief exchange to decipher why Smith, Alencar, and Mousa wanted to go to Syria, the journalists told them to go home.
I never owned a copy but I knew people who did, and we spent hours in dorm rooms trying to decipher what was on it.
It was beyond the capacity of any human cryptologist to decipher the signals.
This tower bore armorial bearings, which I was trying to decipher, when Verney came up with Janet.
Many others are so defaced that it is impossible to decipher them.
Let us read it out for the benefit of the company, who have not book-learning enough to decipher it for themselves.
Of Greek I can decipher perhaps the greater part of the Greek alphabet.
He copied the message letter by letter, his understanding blanked by the effort to decipher it.