OTHER WORDS FROM readableread·a·bly, adverb
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Although not his most ambitious work, this novel is a wonderful example of Johnson operating in his most readable mode.
Nonetheless there are some readable and useful tomes that fans of men running around in shorts on a big field will find valuable.The Literature of Futbol: 11 Great Books About Soccer |Robert Birnbaum |June 25, 2014 |DAILY BEAST
Translations into clear and readable English actually fail to convey the stylistic obscurity and difficulty of his Greek.The Classics are Dead! Long Live the Classics! Mary Beard’s New Book |Nick Romeo |September 20, 2013 |DAILY BEAST
In 2011 the judges came under fire for a shortlist many, including the former poet laureate Andrew Motion, deemed too “readable.”
There were many things only in Greek in his lifetime, or not all that readable in their first translations.
The object of this book is to give a clear and readable sketch of the general course of Roman history.Arts and Crafts Essays |Various
As readable as a novel, and as instructive as an important chapter of history can well be.How to be Happy Though Married |E. J. Hardy.
Whole crowds of men were named as the real authors of his books and plays; but they were only readable when he signed for them.Views and Reviews |William Ernest Henley
All their books are readable, but they do not take by the hand the person who has thought wrong or not thought at all.A Novelist on Novels |W. L. George
They are also the most Readable and Entertaining Books published.The Coward |Henry Morford