Meaning of UNREADABLE in English

UNREADABLE

“+ adjective

1. : lacking attraction or interest as reading : alien or dull in vein or spirit

to us, the writings of most of the original 14th and 15th century humanists seem wholly unreadable — Aldous Huxley

2.

a. : not clear or plain enough to be read or understood : illegible , undecipherable

penned a page of unreadable scribbles

b. : not open to confident interpretation : incomprehensible , indistinct , unintelligible , confused , opaque

tire tracks in the roadside sand were confused and unreadable — E.S.Sullivan

she raised her eyes, glistening softly in the light with a sort of unreadable appeal — Joseph Conrad

Webster's New International English Dictionary.      Новый международный словарь английского языка Webster.