Definition of "unreadability" [unreadability]

  • The property of being impossible to read. (noun)
  • The property of being unfit for reading. (noun)

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Use "unreadability" in a sentence
  • "As a theme, in other words, unreadability is thoroughly readable, and is thus, paradoxically, a comforting distraction from the actual puzzles and discontinuities that reading, as a praxis, endlessly encounters."
  • "To purge registration rolls and discard ballots, partisan election officials used a wide range of pretexts, from "unreadability" to changes in a voter's signature."
  • "In this way, the "unreadability" of the opening sentence"