clear-sightedness

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But honor and rectitude, clear-sightedness and trustfulness in life were fast returning.

But would you like me to give you a proof of my clear-sightedness?

Her clear-sightedness was unaccompanied by the slightest dexterity of action.

Her clear-sightedness was the clear-sightedness of the poet.

She was not herself so sure of his clear-sightedness and discretion.

He had full confidence in Richard Dudley's clear-sightedness and uprightness.

Eleanor had often admired her for her clear-sightedness and good judgment.

Morning brought in its wake its unfailing accession of clear-sightedness and practical resolve.

Perhaps a Gallic strain—for her mother was of French descent—gave her clear-sightedness.

No one, with the least clear-sightedness or candor, can fail to perceive the depraved moral character of Aristophanes.

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