2. Noun. The property of being easy or engaging to read. ¹
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Definition of Readableness
1. [n -ES]
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Literary usage of Readableness
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1. The Antiquarian (1871)
"... average merit of this invariably well "got up " periodical both in the general readableness and instructive character of the articles which it contains. ..."
2. The Autobiography: A Critical and Comparative Study by Anna Robeson Brown Burr (1909)
"The traits which coalesce to make this universal readableness, include wit and humor (for in other literatures the early autobiography is wholly serious), ..."
3. The Autobiography: A Critical and Comparative Study by Anna Robeson Brown Burr (1909)
"It is this general readableness and popularity and fascination which has led to the ... The traits which coalesce to make this universal readableness, ..."
4. Every-day Topics: A Book of Briefs by Josiah Gilbert Holland (1876)
"readableness, then, must depend very largely upon still another element, which is, perhaps, more important than all—direct, intelligent ministry to the ..."
5. The Principles and practice of obstetrics by Gunning S. Bedford (1863)
"... Sound; readableness, and worth. In these days, when noise »lid petty ingenuity are u.lec passed ou" as superior to soberness and wisdom, we have great ..."