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unreadable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunreadableun‧read‧a‧ble /ʌnˈriːdəbəl/ adjective 🔊 🔊 1 if someone’s expression or face is unreadable, you cannot tell what they are thinking2 READan unreadable book or piece of writing is difficult to read because it is boring or complicated3 WRITEunreadable writing is so untidy that you cannot read it syn illegible
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unreadableThe inclusion of so many figures and statistics makes the article virtually unreadable.The photocopy was poorly produced and almost unreadable.The text was dense and unreadable.Nathan's eyes were unreadable as they looked deep into hers.His expression was unreadable beneath what was now almost a full beard.The best known of them was Dornford Yates, author of the now unreadable but once hugely read Berry and Co stories.Such statements are published at full-page length in the unreadable media.She was met by Wootton who handed her a message with an unreadable smile.
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