Definition of illegibility in English:

illegibility

noun

  • See illegible

    • ‘Email creates a written record of consultations and avoids possible problems of illegibility associated with handwritten notes.’
    • ‘A comparison of 40 doctors and nurses in a Scottish hospital supports the reputation and confirms that medical illegibility remains a problem in the workplace.’
    • ‘The site can do nothing about the levels of error in the originals or the illegibility of some handwritten entries.’
    • ‘The people who'll grade those essays won't have any time to decipher illegibility.’
    • ‘The well-known illegibility of the prescription scripts frequently makes it impossible for a curious patient even to guess at the nature of the medicament.’

Pronunciation

illegibility

/ɪlɛdʒɪˈbɪlɪti/