Delphic


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Delphic DEL-fikPart of speech: adjectiveOrigin: Greek, late 14th century
1(Typically of a pronouncement) deliberately obscure or ambiguous.
 
Examples of Delphic in a sentence “The commentators’ election predictions were Delphic and hard to follow.” “The man sitting at the bar had a mysterious, Delphic air about him.”