Definition of indecipherability in English:

indecipherability

noun

See indecipherable

‘the screen memorializes memory by making its indecipherability, rather than its contents, a central aesthetic focus.’
  • ‘In truth his indecipherability had more to do with his heavy dialect and the prodigious amounts of ganja that he smoked!’
  • ‘Within this project, I refer to the non-hermeneutic as those forms and spaces of indecipherability within Jazz that, for any number of reasons, resist interpretation.’
  • ‘The indecipherability and lack of cohesive structure to the lyrics help to propel the surrealism of the music.’
  • ‘The indecipherability of the image, its apparent incapacity to capture what for Manet was clearly an uncertain subject, serves as the most graphic sign of the unintelligibility of the war.’