clear[ kleer ]SEE DEFINITION OF clear
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLEAR
And, in the first place, let us have a clear conception of the end in view.
That's all we want the new marsh for--just to clear off the mortgage.
He had acted "in obedience to the clear and imperious call of public obligation."
There were attendants, running Turks, and guards before to clear the way.
The designs of that power, dark in purpose, are clear in practice.
There is no longer a clear division between what is foreign and what is domestic.
He clasped his head in his hands and strove to clear his mind for a moment from obsession.
He sat down and picked up the newspaper, and the print was clear.
Then a clear thought: "He's angry with me because he can't be angry with Priscilla."
I answer, Because she must have no man, but one who has a great and clear estate; that's one thing.