decipherable

[ dih-sahy-fer ]SEE DEFINITION OF decipherable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DECIPHERABLE

Without a strong magnifying glass, not a word was decipherable.

Her figure-head had been washed away and the name on her stern was not decipherable.

As before, these marks are only decipherable when the cards are held at a proper angle.

In worn examples the row of five stamps is not decipherable.

Admirable, ineffaceable, because so essentially all decipherable, Vanderpool!

All her cards are on the table, decipherable at the first glance.

The autograph was not very plain, it is true, but it was decipherable and the mistake was due to her own bad reading.

Now, the Eton book has in it a whole series of names of owners, some erased, but decipherable.

The decipherable words 'morning light' and 'offerings' point to this having been a sacred stone when sun worship was prevalent.

Rolling eyeballs and grinding teeth are, however, sufficient signs of anger to be decipherable in the dark.

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