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- adv. In a manner that is legible, in a manner that is readable, readably.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a legible manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a legible manner; so as to be read without difficulty: as, a manuscript legibly written.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a legible manner
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I had heard the ads saying sign your name legibly but that wouldn't match the one on file for me.
It was the more provoking, as Bunce himself could write his name legibly, and one of those three doubting souls had for years boasted of like power, and possessed, indeed, a Bible, in which he was proud to show his name written by himself some thirty years ago — ‘Job Skulpit’; but it was thought that job
When she opened the door to retrospection, which was not often, she remembered that the man who had stumbled upon the rich quartz vein in Yellow Dog Gulch could scarcely sign his name legibly to the papers recording his claim; that in those days there was no prophecy of the ambitious present in the man, half drunkard and half outlaw, whose name in the Yellow Dog district had been
'You rascal!' was the phrase legibly printed on the foreman's incredulous face.
As soon as she was alongside and made fast I went on board and had a good look at her interior, not forgetting to inscribe my name legibly on the most conveniently situated locker in the midshipmen's berth, after which I watched the operation of shipping and stowing her ballast.
Her status as a write-in candidate meant that supporters had to write her name legibly on the ballot, as well as fill in the bubble next to it, for their vote to be counted as valid.
By the time that our preparations were complete, the stranger -- now identifiable beyond all question as the _Kingfisher_, since she carried her name legibly painted in white letters upon her head-boards -- had passed through the reef and, taking in her canvas as she came, was steering for a berth about a cable's length from where the _Martha_ lay; and a few minutes later she put down her helm, came head to wind, and presently let go her anchor.
It was the more provoking, as Bunce himself could write his name legibly, and one of those three doubting souls had for years boasted of like power, and possessed, indeed, a Bible, in which he was proud to show his name written by himself some thirty years ago -- "Job Skulpit;" but it was thought that Job Skulpit, having forgotten his scholarship, on that account recoiled from the petition, and that the other doubters would follow as he led them.
"look here, and here!" and I pointed out to the priest various lines in which my name legibly and frequently occurred.
One young man has come to school but four half days, yet he has learned to write his own name legibly and can read some.