She was an unusual person, and an enigma to those who tried to understand her.
"An enigma wrapped in mystery and riddled with controversy" is how UFO's have been described. He/she is an enigma. The location of 'The Lost Dutchman' gold mine remains an enigma.
The police uncovered no evidence, so the identity of the robbers remained a puzzling enigma.
It is a noun. Example: The enigma of her identity continued to distract him for the rest of the day.
The use of the word enigma is apparently an enigma to you! Delicious irony!
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What role Bobby had in the store fire remains an enigma to this day.
Enigma is a noun.
enigma = chidah (חידה)
It was quite an enigma to hear all the dogs suddenly howling in the middle of the night. Stone hedge and Harris Burdick are two enigmas.
How he escaped his room with the door locked from the outside is indeed an enigma.
Enigma: An seemingly unbreakable code that originated in WWII when the German's used it for communication. It now means just that - a difficult code to decipher or a mystery. "His body language baffled me, I couldn't figure it out - He was a walking enigma."
Enigma means something or someone that is puzzling or mysterious. Many sentences can be made using enigma. Its a NOUN btw.
The term "enigma", which means "puzzle" or "mystery" or even "conundrum" may be used diversely in a sentence. A single example can be seen in the following: "The investigator scratched his head again and again over the enigma posed by the missing cargo."
The word indigenous is an adjective, a word that describes a noun: indigenous people, indigenous plants, etc.The words sleuth, epiphany, and enigma are nouns.The word sleuth is also a verb.
(Specifically, an enigma is a type of riddle generally expressed in metaphorical or allegorical language that requires ingenuity and careful thinking for its solution. But it is used generically to mean a puzzle or mystery.)It seemed an enigma how the cars suddenly crashed on the open highway.The exact method used by the ancient scientists remains an enigma.