I agree, it definitely helps make them more readable from a "what will it actually look like" perspective. BEM styles could have any number of CSS properties attached, while Atomic classes are more explicit about things like padding, coloring, even responsive styles.
CSS Tricks recently wrote an article about ways to group these classes to help readability even more, is worth a look - css-tricks.com/could-grouping-html...
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