Difference between readability and readable




  1. a quality of writing (print or handwriting) that can be easily read
  2. the quality of written language that makes it easy to read and understand


This in turn gives the galvanometer a greater readability, and by keeping the mass and inertia of the actual moving element low, a greater sensitivity.

With a readability that does not undermine its scholarliness, The Hindus marshalls significant historical and textual detail to establish the undeniable multiplicity not only of Hindu beliefs, but also of religious texts.

The sense of unreadability derives not just from the urban layout, or (it must be said) from the fact that I am foreign, but from the sheer scale and speed of redevelopment.

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  1. easily deciphered


Graphics are generally more readable when explanatory variables are shown along a horizontal axis and outcome variables vertically.

The logo has to be big enough to be readable from a distance (10-15 feet, say).

Which is why, no doubt, the most readable biographies have invariably been works of great scholarship as well.

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