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Mystery vs. Mistery

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Mysterynoun

Something secret or unexplainable; an unknown.

‘The truth behind the events remains a mystery.’;

Misterynoun

archaic form of mystery(a trade)

Mysterynoun

Someone or something with an obscure or puzzling nature.

‘That man is a mystery.’;

Misterynoun

See Mystery, a trade.

Mysterynoun

(obsolete) A secret or mystical meaning.

Mysterynoun

A religious truth not understandable by the application of human reason alone (without divine aid).

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Mysterynoun

A sacrament.

Mysterynoun

A secret religious celebration, admission to which was usually through initiation.

‘the Eleusinian mysteries’; ‘the Mysteries of Mithras’;

Mysterynoun

(Catholicism) A particular event or series of events in the life of Christ.

‘The second decade of the Rosary concerns the Sorrowful mysteries, such as the crucifixion and the crowning with thorns.’;

Mysterynoun

A craft, art or trade; specifically a guild of craftsmen.

Mysterynoun

A profound secret; something wholly unknown, or something kept cautiously concealed, and therefore exciting curiosity or wonder; something which has not been or can not be explained; hence, specifically, that which is beyond human comprehension.

‘We speak the wisdom of God in a mystery.’; ‘If God should please to reveal unto us this great mystery of the Trinity, or some other mysteries in our holy religion, we should not be able to understand them, unless he would bestow on us some new faculties of the mind.’;

Mysterynoun

A kind of secret religious celebration, to which none were admitted except those who had been initiated by certain preparatory ceremonies; - usually plural; as, the Eleusinian mysteries.

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Mysterynoun

The consecrated elements in the eucharist.

Mysterynoun

Anything artfully made difficult; an enigma.

Mysterynoun

A trade; a handicraft; hence, any business with which one is usually occupied.

‘Fie upon him, he will discredit our mystery.’; ‘And that which is the noblest mysteryBrings to reproach and common infamy.’;

Mysterynoun

A dramatic representation of a Scriptural subject, often some event in the life of Christ; a dramatic composition of this character; as, the Chester Mysteries, consisting of dramas acted by various craft associations in that city in the early part of the 14th century.

‘"Mystery plays," so called because acted by craftsmen.’;

Mysterynoun

something that baffles understanding and cannot be explained;

‘how it got out is a mystery’; ‘it remains one of nature's secrets’;

Mysterynoun

a story about a crime (usually murder) presented as a novel or play or movie

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