Illegible sentence example
The inscription was partly illegible.
Two words are almost illegible, and the angular print slants in every direction.
Doctors can get away with illegible scrawls but you can't.
Illegible rebates will often not be processed.
Always plan to have illegible writing or misspellings on several envelopes.Advertisement
The inscription at the top is now almost illegible.
For those of us cursed with illegible scrawls that we laughingly call handwriting, well, that's what computers were made for.
Eliseg was father of Brochmael, prince of Powys, and his grandson, Concen or Congen, appears to have erected the pillar, which is now broken, with an illegible inscription; the modern inscription dates only from 1779.
The alteration in the first letter may be due to the original document being partly illegible.
Through out my education I had many problems, from not being able to read fast enough to having illegible handwriting.Advertisement
They get so many requests for an autograph, they end writing something totally illegible.
Please try to resist the temptation to scribble them in illegible scrawl.
All empty containers removed or markings removed or made illegible?
The Council cannot be held responsible for entries lost, delayed or rendered illegible.
Roscio and pro Murena are only known from an ancient and illegible MS. discovered by Poggio at Cluny, 1 Epist.Advertisement
He then glanced up at the wall where the nearly illegible chalk marking clearly pointed, not in the direction of the stones, but in the opposite direction!
A text may become illegible through damp or constant thumbing; portions of it may be torn away; if it is in book form, leaves or whole quires may be detached and either lost or misplaced.
It seems to have carried an inscription which is almost completely illegible.
Reducing A4 to A5 often makes the text illegible.
Some of the letters are fading, indeed some have become illegible.Advertisement
Unfortunately, tho, the process of carbonization which preserved them has also rendered them, till now, largely illegible.