As great as this feat was, an equally demanding test followed: to conceal from the Nazis that enigma had been beaten.
But Stone, it appears, has lived most of his 45 years as something of an enigma.
The name is "an enigma even to me," Taylor says -- an appropriately mysterious moniker to make spiritual music under.
The enigma of this Afghan war, the fifth against a Western power since 1840, is located exactly where it was in the other four.
Lil B is a mystery wrapped in an enigma wrapped in a song about Ellen Degeneres.
But which was the “she” he meant, was an enigma known only to himself.
He had made out the enigma: "Against death there is no appeal."
After you explain the enigma which I have struggled against ever since I knew you.
When, how, or by whom it was done, has always been an enigma to me.
His puzzled mind went groping for some reasonable solution of the enigma.
1580s, earlier enigmate (mid-15c.), from Latin aenigma "riddle," from Greek ainigma (plural ainigmata), from ainissesthai "speak obscurely, speak in riddles," from ainos "fable, riddle," of unknown origin.