Examples of legible in a Sentence
The document is not legible.
an anxious mood that was clearly legible upon her face
Recent Examples of legible from the Web
Here, the more legible parts confer ceremonial dignity on the undignified rite of the blind-ish date, but the sequences don’t accrete into anything much.
Rose, his wife, is the instrument by which Troy’s salvation and damnation are made legible, and Viola Davis gives a staggering performance.
The numerals are highly legible and the date window is neatly tucked up at 6 o’clock.
In 2016, the country once again stands at a crossroads, the dark magic of finance capitalism having replaced the more legible abuses of industrial capitalism.
The line of the back of the legs became much more legible and the young man grew taller by an inch.
The extremes of the lively lace section start with an 1870 Irish wedding dress hand-crocheted in cream-color cotton that is abloom with rather legible flowers.
Five Moleskine notebooks packed cover to cover with watercolor images, ink drawings, and Kirk’s incredibly legible handwriting—basically what all biology textbooks should look like.
What the project does is make blatantly legible a carbon footprint that is invisible, and only exists in the form of numbers and specifics and news.
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Origin and Etymology of legible
Middle English, from Late Latin legibilis, from Latin legere to read
First Known Use: 15th century
LEGIBLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of legible for English Language Learners
: capable of being read : clear enough to be read
LEGIBLE Defined for Kids
Definition of legible for Students
: clear enough to be read legible writing
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