Mystery | Mean of mystery in English Dictionary
- something that is not known
- Where they went is a mystery. [=no one knows where they went]
- The girl's name remains a mystery.
- The mystery surrounding/of her disappearance has never been solved.
- His success is something of a mystery. = His success is a bit of a mystery.
- The cause of the disease remains a mystery to scientists.
- I don't know how he did it. It's a mystery to me!
- The experiment is cloaked/shrouded/veiled in mystery.
- There is an air of mystery surrounding her. = She is a woman of mystery.
- There's no mystery (to/as to/about) why we're here. = It's no mystery why we're here. [=we know why we are here]
- the mystery of creation
- a book, play, or movie that describes a crime and the process of solving it
- She has written many adventure novels and murder mysteries.
- mystery novels/stories
- She's a mystery writer.
- We'll reveal the identity of today's mystery guest after these commercials.
- You'll find a mystery prize in each box.