• Sorry the description is obscured by those funny-looking things. It is supposed to read: "I saw this in one of those codebreaker puzzles where each letter is represented by a number. The word "imposter" was formed by filling the letters in as they were numbered. I don't believe there is such a word as "imposter", so why was it in the puzzle?"
  • There is not an opposite word for poster, it would be no poster
    • Keble Bolly-Jocksford
      In that case, how can there be such a word as "imposter", and what was it doing in a crossword puzzle?
  • If it was something posted on the Internet I would have guessed it was a misspelling of "impostor", but in a crossword puzzle I don't know.

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