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recognisability

Definitions

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  • noun The quality of being recognisable.

Etymologies

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From recognise + -ability.

Examples

  • Hence the question of 'recognisability' once again arises.

    Communion, Covenant and our Anglican Future

  • My belief is that they reckoned God of War always sells millions each iteration, so they needed a setting that had the same literary clout/recognisability and lent itself well to the Third Person "Fatality!" action genre, and someone at Visceral suggested the Inferno part of Commedia.

    Welcome To Hell

  • Putting aside my whining about the recognisability of the faces, the art is excellent.

    December Books 2) The Forgotten, by Tony Lee

  • It is certainly a peculiarity of modern performance practice that words are twisted out of all recognisability (how many times have you switched on the radio and struggled to determine what language was being sung, even when it was English?) since as a narrative medium an opera's libretto is almost as important as its music.

    Smoking Guns and the Morality of Parliamentary Privilege

  • They seek structures that will express the need for mutual recognisability, mutual consultation and some shared processes of decision-making.

    Communion, Covenant and our Anglican Future

  • Just now, the studios care less perhaps about the quality of the adaptation than the simple recognisability.

    Where’s Waldo? To Become Feature Film | /Film

  • And a primatial initiative in challenging or seeking to limit local development on these grounds becomes intelligible as part of the service of the 'mother church' to the local – not ignoring or making light of local pressures and needs, but reminding the local assembly and its chief pastor that it must not lose its recognisability or receivability to other communities – across the globe and throughout history.

    Rome, Constantinople, and Canterbury: Mother Churches?

  • What I am seeking to spell out is that a convergence of some kind about the significance of love of God and neighbour signals a mutual recognisability between our families of faith.

    A Common Word and Future Christian-Muslim Engagement

  • What I am seeking to spell out is that a convergence of some kind about the significance of love of God and neighbour signals a mutual recognisability between our families of faith.

    A Common Word and Future Christian-Muslim Engagement

  • And a primatial initiative in challenging or seeking to limit local development on these grounds becomes intelligible as part of the service of the 'mother church' to the local – not ignoring or making light of local pressures and needs, but reminding the local assembly and its chief pastor that it must not lose its recognisability or receivability to other communities – across the globe and throughout history.

    Rome, Constantinople, and Canterbury: Mother Churches?

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