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readable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreadableread‧a‧ble /ˈriːdəbəl/ adjective  1 READinteresting and enjoyable to read, and easy to understand opp unreadablevery/highly/eminently readable The book is informative and highly readable.2 READwriting or print that is readable is clear and easy to read syn legiblereadability /ˌriːdəˈbɪləti/ noun [uncountable] machine-readable
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readableIt was brief, pithy and, like everything Lewis wrote in prose, hugely readable.Toobin's book is a dense yet readable account of the O.J. Simpson trial.Her articles are always readable and informative.Closer examination will show that the document is more readable and links to other subjects are helpful.It is one of his best and most readable books.This is a well-written and readable introduction to the subject of linguistics.It is readable, reasonably comprehensive and its recommendations, when I have been able to check them out, seem sane.Rather, it serves as an eminently readable reference book for those considering a life in food biz.Fascinating and highly readable, this book will satisfy scholars as well as more casual readers.very/highly/eminently readableAnthony Storr is also very readable.In common with Boyd's previous works the text is authoritative while at the same time highly readable.This highly readable account deserves a wide audience and should provoke serious debate.However, these are insufficient to detract from a very readable and extensive account of modern mass spectrometry.The Intimate Machine raises many issues concerning the social impact of computers in an invigorating and highly readable manner.Often the interviews are very readable material indeed.Rather, it serves as an eminently readable reference book for those considering a life in food biz.Fascinating and highly readable, this book will satisfy scholars as well as more casual readers.
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