intelligibility

[ in-tel-i-juh-bil-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF intelligibility

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTELLIGIBILITY

This transferableness depends upon its intelligibility and credit.

There is rich and clear relief, and intelligibility of design in this work.

I have done what I could for the first kind of intelligibility.

Everything was sacrificed to popularity and intelligibility.

Interference was scrambling the telecast waves beyond hope of intelligibility.

These have the same time, meaning, and intelligibility as we found in the dreams which recorded a desire.

But we are speaking of the foundation of a belief—not the intelligibility of a language.

Intelligibility and suitable—not unsuitable—variety should be the writer's aims in managing dialogue.

Both the Godhead and the human nature subsist of that one termination of intelligibility.

Has it in any way shaken their value, while it has undoubtedly added to their intelligibility and interest?

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