Legible: (adj) (of handwriting or print) clear enough to read. The printing of this book could be more legible.

Legibility: (n) (of an object's discursive affect) a component or series of components in an object which can be read. A legibility is not necessarily bound to any intention of an object’s producer, but can stand separate as the shape of an object’s path (through the reception of individual reading subjects and/or through the culture at large) is traced. A legibility is ongoing and is constantly activated—it only exists in the reading-movement of the object. The printing of this book could not be more legible.

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