Definition of "comprehensibility" [com•pre•hen•si•bil•i•ty]
The characteristic of being comprehensible; clarity.(noun)
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Use "comprehensibility" in a sentence
"In speaking here concerning "comprehensibility," the ex - pression is used in its most modest sense."
"When Krenek, who had made his name in Europe as the composer of Johnny Spielt Auf, denounced the American requirement of "comprehensibility" as an automatic dilutant, he was really saying that that there was nobody to pay him for incomprehensibility."
""Technical complexity and volume have grown in recent years at the expense of comprehensibility," he said."