clearly legible

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  • He was not trying to make pretty letters, but they were all deeply cut and clearly legible. Cited from The Talking Leaves, by William O. Stoddard
  • In the faces of both were clearly legible the signs of shock. Cited from The Damned, by Algernon Blackwood
  • Possibly he wronged Dyce, for the young man's mind and heart had long ceased to be clearly legible to him. Cited from Our Friend the Charlatan, George Gissing
  • It was closely written on both sides the thin sheet -- evidently of foreign make -- and although the writing was faded it was still clearly legible. Cited from Mary Louise, by Edith van Dyne
  • The notice shall be printed in such manner as to be clearly legible, comprehensible, and readily apparent to a casual reader of the form. Cited from Educators & Librarians, US Copy. Office
  • That of Johnny's father had lately been placed above that of his mother, and that of his wife was now clearly legible upon the opposite side of the shaft's base. Cited from On the Stairs, by Henry B. Fuller
  • For perhaps a quarter of a mile the strange markings were clearly legible in the dusk, running as they did in the yielding caked surface of the stream bed. Cited from Tom Slade on Mystery Trail, by Percy Keese Fitzhugh
  • Evgeny Pozdniakov drawn to the panoramic landscape with wide distances and a lot of clearly legible plans.
  • The materials, combined with his "bold" character strokes meant that his hand-written records from the early 1800s were still clearly legible in the early 1900s.
  • It was an astonishing and most welcome message in the flowing script of a rapid penman, but clearly legible. Cited from In the Days of Poor Richard, by Irving Bacheller
  • In landscapes of Don and Volga he tends to cover a larger space with the image of the set clearly legible plans that is in line with general trends in the genre of these years.
  • In that grandiose art of building, the most national, the most tenaciously rooted of all the arts in the stable conditions of life, there were historic documents hardly less clearly legible than the manuscript chronicle. Cited from Miscellaneous Studies, by Walter Pater
  • As for intactness, it was noted that "the intention, structure and main built-in fittings are clearly legible, alongside later modifications, an endorsement of its versatility."
  • Its development by successive generations of the Powys family, who acquired the property in 1711, respected the old house, but each stage has a clarity that is clearly legible and contributes to the whole.
  • From West Africa a large variety of clandestine radio transmitters was detected, In the African desert not only were the German command center to tank transmissions received but also tank to tank transmissions were clearly legible.
  • And yet, that the reader may perceive how near akin that one circumstance was to the other in his mind, we have only to say, that whilst the regret for Connor was deeply engraven on his features, yet the expression of triumph was as clearly legible as if his name had not been at all mentioned. Cited from Fardorougha, The Miser, by William Carleton
  • The swagman approached, plodding steadily along, with his billy in one hand and his water-bag in the other; on his shoulder, horse-shoe fashion, his forty years' gathering; and in his patient face his forty years' history, clearly legible to me by reason of a gift which I happily possess. Cited from Such is Life, by Tom Collins
  • In most countries, for liability waivers to be enforceable, notification of the waiver must be posted in an accessible, visible location (usually at the front desk or in a common area of the business), and must be printed in clearly legible text.