Definition of Illegible. Meaning of Illegible. Synonyms of Illegible

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Definition of Illegible

Illegible
Illegible Il*leg"i*ble, a. Incapable of being read; not legible; as, illegible handwriting; an illegible inscription. -- Il*leg"i*ble*ness, n. -- Il*leg"i*bly, adv.

Meaning of Illegible from wikipedia

- mud, paper, or any other tool that makes any of the digits and letters illegible is considered an administrative offense and results in a fine. The current...
- Legibility is the ease with which a reader can decode symbols. In addition to written language, it can also refer to behaviour or architecture, for example...
- was famous for creating wild illegible calligraphy, and the younger "drunk" monk Huaisu who also excelled at illegible cursive calligraphy. ****anese...
- stain has fallen onto one of the pages, and has made a series of words illegible; in all the other known m****cripts these words (or sometimes the entire...
- Many older graves date back to the mid-1800s and are weathered, broken and\or illegible. Photo: Marc Averette...
- context. ... Illegible letters, not restored by the editor (extent known or approximately known, one dot per letter). Example: three illegible letters. In...
- trimmed in light blue and silver. In 2008, however, amid complaints of illegibility, the Blue Jays tweaked their road uniforms to include 3D-style block...
- editions of pre-modern works, chevrons denote sections of the text which are illegible or otherwise lost; the editor will often insert their own reconstruction...
- Another that he had written was found in his shoe, but because the text was illegible, its contents remain a mystery. Rizal did not ascribe a title to his poem...
- Palmer includes: an attenuated use of narrative, ****aulting and often illegible cinematography, confrontational subject material, and a pervasive sense...