1Able to be read or deciphered; legible.
- My only issue is how to get readable text over the stripes - none of the colours I've tried show up well enough.
- In addition to copious notes he modernised punctuation and spelling to make a more readable text.
- It's fine for snippets, but such long and interesting articles need more readable text.
1.1Easy or enjoyable to read: a marvelously readable book
More example sentences
- The text is eminently readable and supported by detailed citations and a voluminous index.
- As a consequence, the text is more readable than most encyclopedic treatments.
- As a result, the text is readable and useful as a source for practitioners as well as teachers and students.
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- While I am glad these folk had something readably interesting to share, I'm not just a little jealous!
- Following this startling testimony of how therapy is taking over our lives, he readably marshals a wide range of criticisms of how therapeutic thinking is influencing the wider culture.
- The author deserves great credit for his vast labours in unearthing this long buried data and for presenting it professionally and above all readably.
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