Examples of visibility in a Sentence
The extra publicity helped to increase the company's visibility.
Recent Examples of visibility from the Web
The smoke from fires affects not only health, the report says, but visibility.
Since then, reports in The Washington Post and other news outlets have revealed a workplace culture on Capitol Hill that continues to tolerate harassment, despite an increase in the power and visibility of female lawmakers and staff since 1995.
But to ignore the subject altogether is to paper over a subject whose visibility is becoming ever more crucial.
The optional blind-spot detection came in handy when the top is up and visibility is limited.
Interviews and public statements are few and far between, which has frustrated some diplomats who view a secretary's public visibility and comments as a way of conveying U.S. foreign policy in the digital era.
Any allium—onions, shallots, leeks, garlic, sometimes even a particularly pungent scallion—is enough to send me into a river of tears so torrential that all visibility immediately drops to zero.
After a 4-year hiatus from the NBA his return will be difficult with his visibility limited in the preseason.
When the shooting began all of the lights went out for a moment and then all lights went on, giving the shooter good visibility, said Nicole.
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First Known Use of visibility
VISIBILITY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of visibility for English Language Learners
: the ability to see or be seen
: the quality or state of being known to the public
VISIBILITY Defined for Kids
Definition of visibility for Students
- The bad weather caused poor visibility on the roads.
- Bright clothing increased the hunter's visibility.
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