from The Century Dictionary.

  • An obsolete form of cipher.


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  • Anyway, while I partially agree with what scypher said, I'm still left a little perturbed by it.

    Gotta Have Faith SVGL 2008

  • Lordship the first vewe of this mine impression (a feat of mine owne simple facultie) it could not scypher her Maiesties honour or prerogatiue in the guift, nor yet the Authour of his thanks: and seeing the thing it selfe to be a deuice of some noueltie (which commonly it giveth euery good thing a speciall grace) and a noueltie so highly tending to the most worthy prayses of her Maiesties most excellent name.

    The Arte of English Poesie George Puttenham

  • Wonder when rome is gonna interview karen scypher?

    Kentucky Sports Radio 2009


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