[ UK /ʌnɹˈiːdəbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˈənˈɹidəbəɫ, ənˈɹidəbəɫ/ ]
  1. not easily deciphered
    indecipherable handwriting
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How To Use unreadable In A Sentence

  • He sat at the opposite side of the table from Nero, his expression unreadable due to the fact that his face was concealed by a smooth oval mask of flawless black glass. The Overload Protocol
  • The ineffable in poetry is almost always the unreadable. Times, Sunday Times
  • Tchitcherine tracks mud off the street into the Center, gets a blush from Luba, a kind of kowtow and mopflourish from the comical Chinese swamper Chu Piang, unreadable stares from an early pupil or two. Gravity's Rainbow
  • It seems odd that a poet so keen - perhaps even desperate - to reach across time, to provide us with such realism, should do so by writing wilfully unreadable poems.
  • Once spray painted, these meters are unreadable by Parking Enforcement Aides, meaning vehicles can't be ticketed as it's impossible to see if the meters were fed or not. The Parking Ticket Geek: Has The Parking Meter Revolt Begun?
  • Books are unreadable as soon as the light of the sun disappears behind the distant mountains. Times, Sunday Times
  • Roman watched the delicate colour flood her face, his dark gaze unreadable.
  • Foremost, the time/date stamp is completely unreadable. Dead Deer Walking?
  • It is true that, in bad weather, radar beams can be reflected off waves, causing false echoes or making the screen unreadable.
  • He wrote one inimitably brilliant work, one wryly enjoyable one, some amusing pieces, and everything else is admirable but largely unreadable.
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