unreadable

[ uhn-ree-duh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF unreadable
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNREADABLE

His works are the most famous and the most unreadable in all Germany.

Since we met, I've written the first draft of a novel, which is unreadable, and a play.

She did not take it, but looked around the room with unreadable eyes.

She watched his concern, her pose languid, her eyes raised to him, but as unreadable as ever.

Her face was unreadable; her mental block was at its fullest force.

He could not write an unreadable book, this American artist.

It was an unreadable expression to me then, and even in remembrance it is no clearer.

Auguste turned to Ford, whose round face was blank, unreadable.

Nothing came of that, whatever I did; the thing was as unreadable as ever.

Mr Horne's, literal as he supposes them to be, are unreadable.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1810, of written material, "dull, distasteful," from un- (1) "not" + readable. Meaning "illegible" is from 1830.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR UNREADABLE

deadpan

adjectiveexpressionless
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