illegible vs. unreadable

Illegible refers to texts that can’t be read due to bad handwriting, physical deterioration, or any other issue that makes the words difficult to decipher.

Unreadable is mainly used in reference to texts that are dull, nonsensical, uninteresting, or difficult.

 

Source: Grammarist

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