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legible

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlegiblele‧gi‧ble /ˈledʒəbəl/ adjective  READwritten or printed clearly enough for you to read opp illegible Her handwriting was so tiny it was barely legible.legibly adverblegibility /ˌledʒəˈbɪləti/ noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
legibleIs the date on the coin still legible?The letter was torn and dirty but still legible.All entries must be on an official entry form and legible.Even so, escape sequences are only barely legible.It's unlikely to be silver, as there are no assay marks, but the registered design mark is still legible.On the inside, as promised, was a label, printed black on gold, scratched and ink-stained but clearly legible.This is partly because its product, type, must be familiar if it is to be legible.The price must be clearly legible to a prospective purchaser and clearly identifiable as referring to the goods in question.
From Longman Business Dictionarylegiblele‧gi‧ble /ˈledʒəbəl/ adjective written or printed clearly, and easy to readThe handwriting is so small it’s barely legible. opposite illegible
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