Definition of mystery:
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- A trade; a handicraft; hence, any business with which one is usually occupied.
- Anything artfully made difficult; an enigma.
- The consecrated elements in the eucharist.
- complexity (part of speech: noun)
- illegibility (part of speech: noun)
- secret (part of speech: noun)
drama (part of speech: noun)
- improvisational drama,
- "Tempest and Sunshine", Mary J. Holmes.
- "The Boys' Life of Mark Twain", Albert Bigelow Paine.
- "Little Novels of Italy Madonna Of The Peach-Tree, Ippolita In The Hills, The Duchess Of Nona, Messer Cino And The Live Coal, The Judgment Of Borso", Maurice Henry Hewlett.