/ˈlɛdʒ ə bəl/
capable of being read or deciphered, especially with ease, as writing or printing; easily readable.
capable of being discerned or distinguished:
Anger was legible in his looks and behavior.
late Middle English
) to read +
(of handwriting, print, etc) able to be read or deciphered
able to be discovered; discernible
[C14: from Late Latin
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Somewhat beyond his years on his face was legibly written.
Also, articulate your ideas clearly and write legibly.
And another rather more subliminally but still legibly on the top shelf.
For adults, experts say one of the keys to writing legibly is to slow down and concentrate on forming letters correctly.
Fill out your employment application legibly and with as much detail as possible.
When filling out any of the forms, print legibly or type.
All pleadings, motions, and other papers filed with the court shall be legibly written or printed.
Print names legibly on transmittal form and fingerprint cards or they will be returned.
Please be sure that the affidavit is complete and printed legibly.