In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- I glanced at where Davis was pointing at in illegible signature scrawled in the bottom right-hand corner.
- His hand was shaking so much as he unfolded the paper that it was hard to focus on the words written in Sam's familiar illegible scrawl.
- The larger portion of the letters are illegible and the text has been reversed and cannot be read.
- A piece of paper with an illegible scrawling on it sat on a desk, along with a pen and a bottle of ink.
- The bottom half of the paper was in Ian's nearly illegible scrawl.
- The writing pieces around the bag of melted ice had ink smudges all over them, enough for it to be illegible.
- Each note was wilder, drunker, harder to read, and eventually illegible.
- You might think it looks more impressive that way, but it's just irritatingly illegible and uninterpretable.
- That done they then had to patiently read almost illegible writing which had eroded over the decades and centuries.
- Clawing through those initial pages with their illegible scrawl and phonetically terrestrial sounds required the tenacity of a saint.
- In no time, it was full of illegible lines and squiggles.
- Darron's almost illegible hand writing was scribbled across the page.
- Now parts of it are difficult to read, and the signatures and notary stamp are nearly illegible.
- There were also some illegible words scrawled in black marker across one work.
- It was tied up with string and read in scribbled, almost illegible, penmanship.
- In Ryan's nearly illegible scrawl was her name on the package.
- It had no label, only a sticker scrawled with illegible handwriting.
- Out of the two forms I gave you, you have lost one, and rendered the other all but illegible?
- It didn't matter that the rest of the sentence consisted of illegible runic symbols - I had read enough.
- Then of course is the corps who are always late, scribble on the back of envelopes, and expect others to read illegible handwriting.
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