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visibility

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CIDE DICTIONARY

visibilityn. [L. visibilitas: cf. F. visibilité.].
     The quality or state of being visible.  [1913 Webster]

OXFORD DICTIONARY

visibility, n.
1 the state of being visible.
2 the range or possibility of vision as determined by the conditions of light and atmosphere (visibility was down to 50 yards).

Etymology
F visibilit{eacute} or LL visibilitas f. L visibilis: see VISIBLE

THESAURUS

visibility

CAT, aerospace, aerosphere, air hole, air pocket, airspace, apparentness, bump, ceiling, clearness, crosswind, crystal-clearness, distinctness, empty space, evidence, evidentness, favorable wind, fog, front, head wind, high-pressure area, hole, ionosphere, jetstream, low-pressure area, manifestness, obviousness, openness, openness to sight, overcast, overtness, palpability, patentness, perspicuity, plainness, pocket, roughness, soup, space, stratosphere, substratosphere, tail wind, tangibility, tropopause, troposphere, trough, turbulence, unmistakableness, unquestionability, visibility zero, visuality

ROGET THESAURUS

visibility

Visibility

N visibility, perceptibility, conspicuousness, distinctness, conspicuity, conspicuousness, appearance, bassetting, exposure, manifestation, ocular proof, ocular evidence, ocular demonstration, field of view, periscopism, visible, perceptible, perceivable, discernible, apparent, in view, in full view, in sight, exposed to view, en vidence, unclouded, unobscured, in the foreground, obvious, plain, clear, distinct, definite, well defined, well marked, in focus, recognizable, palpable, autoptical, glaring, staring, conspicuous, stereoscopic, in bold, in strong relief, periscopic, panoramic, before one's eyes, under one's eyes, before one, +a vue d'oeil, in one's eye, oculis subjecta fidelibus, visibly, in sight of, before one's eyes, veluti in speculum.


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