She couldn't decipher what he had to be feeling.
She was able to decipher some of it after all the tests she'd been through.
He never had to wonder how many men were rotating through her bed or when she was planning to stab him in the back or decipher the riddles she gave him as answers to important questions.
In the meantime, he'd learn to use the compass better and decipher the symbols.
She tried to decipher his meaning as she watched them fight, terrified to take her eyes off Rhyn.
Kiera looked at her, attempting to decipher her warning.
She looked at the control panel, trying to decipher any of the symbols.
No. But I'm going to start at page one and decipher the entire notebook in order.
Did you get to decipher any more of the notebook?
Cynthia was just recently able to decipher it.
Take off the rose colored glasses—'my sins will continue'—or better yet, wait until you decipher a few more pages and she gives it to you in black and white, chapter and verse and supplies the sinful details.
By the time we got to the end of Annie's notebook, there was more than enough pages transcribed that anyone could decipher the last few pages.
Brady moved forward, reaching for his own weapon as he sought to decipher the scene before him.
Brady gazed at the screen in front of him, unable to decipher the symbols and colors.
Long and patient efforts have been made to decipher this script, ever since it was first restored to our knowledge; and among the would-be decipherers honourable mention must be made, for persistence and courage, of Professor A.
The coins are few in number, very difficult to decipher, and often without date.
Thomsen, to decipher these inscriptions, and to discover that they belonged to the Turkish Iron Age.
When we attempt to decipher the physical history of the country from the complicated record afforded by the stratigraphical palimpsest, we are checked at the outset by the dearth of information from being able to picture the geographical condition in the older Palaeozoic periods.
Neither of these texts is, however, very good, and the student who can decipher old Dutch would do well to read it in the metrical translation published by Joenckbloet, Roman van Lanceloet, as the original here was considerably fuller.
She examined one stone after another, and seemed pleased when she could decipher a name.
What Champollion will decipher this hieroglyphic for us, that we may turn over a new leaf at last?