Definition of "recognizability" [rec•og•ni•za•bil•i•ty]
The quality of being recognizable. (noun)
The result of being recognizable. (noun)
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Use "recognizability" in a sentence
"While I do think the animations are very well done, and a cool idea, I think that almost all of the recognizability comes from the soundtrack, rather than the images."
"So let me make sure I get what you’re trying to sell me here: These Toodles characters are supposed to be world-wide recognizable brand names, similar in recognizability to Ford or Disney, where I could walk over to the mall across the street here in Philly and 4 out of 5 dentists surveyed will recognize their names immediately?"
"If your polling indicates that your opponent only has 7% name recognizability factor among Democrats in your state, you do not mention his name."