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arcanum (often pl.) a deep secret or mystery, as of nature. [1/3 definitions]
caper1 a light-hearted story or film that involves action and mystery. [1/5 definitions]
clue something that gives direction or help in solving a puzzle, problem, or mystery. [1/2 definitions]
darkly with threat, mystery, or menace. [1/2 definitions]
Gothic of or relating to a sometimes romantic style of literature that is characterized by eeriness and mystery. [1/7 definitions]
mysterious full of, pertaining to, or characterized by mystery. [1/2 definitions]
mystic arousing a sense of mystery. [1/5 definitions]
mystique an aura of mystery, power, or distinction that surrounds a particular person, thing, or activity.
Romantic Movement an artistic and intellectual movement, arising in Europe in the late eighteenth century in rebellion against classicism, in which freedom and creativity, individual feeling, mood, mystery, and regard for untamed nature were stressed.
Rosetta stone anything that serves as a key to transcription, translation, or some previously indecipherable mystery. [1/2 definitions]
secret a mystery, or the key to a mystery. [1/8 definitions]
suspense a state of excitement or anxiety resulting from uncertainty or mystery. [1/3 definitions]
thriller (informal) a suspenseful tale or drama, such as a murder mystery. [1/2 definitions]
unriddle to solve or explain (a mystery or puzzle).
work out to find the answer to (a question or mystery) by thinking; figure out. [1/5 definitions]