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synonyms for clearcut

  • acerbic
  • biting
  • caustic
  • concise
  • mordant
  • penetrating
  • sardonic
  • satirical
  • scathing
  • succinct
  • terse
  • trenchant
  • acerb
  • acid
  • clear-cut
  • crisp
  • cutting
  • drilling
  • laconic
  • severe
  • sharp
  • slashing
  • tart
  • glaring
  • palpable
  • unambiguous
  • unmistakable
  • bold
  • clear-cut
  • disclosed
  • divulged
  • evidenced
  • open
  • patent
  • plain
  • revealed
  • shown
  • told
  • apparent
  • big as life
  • conspicuous
  • crystal clear
  • distinct
  • evident
  • noticeable
  • prominent
  • straightforward
  • visible
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antonyms for clearcut

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  • calm
  • kind
  • lengthy
  • long-winded
  • mild
  • nice
  • wordy
  • gentle
  • incompetent
  • stupid
  • ambiguous
  • imperceptible
  • indistinct
  • insignificant
  • invisible
  • little
  • minor
  • obscure
  • small
  • unimportant
  • unnoticeable
  • unrecognizable
  • vague
  • inconsiderable
  • negligible
  • unnoticed
      • ambiguous
      • complicated
      • difficult
      • equivocal
      • fuzzy
      • imprecise
      • indefinite
      • indistinct
      • inexact
      • obscure
      • questionable
      • uncertain
      • unclear
      • undefined
      • unintelligible
      • unsure
      • vague
      • concealed
      • hidden
      • mysterious
      • obscured
      • shadowy
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      How to use clearcut in a sentence

      The major objective of the Federal government became a clearcut one, namely, to capture Richmond, the capital of the Confederacy.
      HALLOWED HERITAGE: THE LIFE OF VIRGINIADOROTHY M. TORPEY
      His foresight is limited to results that concern personal success, but is sharp, clearcut.
      HUMAN NATURE AND CONDUCTJOHN DEWEY
      Rapid, clearcut questions which do not suggest the answer are the kind to use.
      JOURNEYS THROUGH BOOKLAND, VOL. 10CHARLES HERBERT SYLVESTER
      Then came abandonment from which no clearcut survival seems to have been achieved.
      THE FIRST SEVENTEEN YEARS: VIRGINIA 1607-1624CHARLES E. HATCH
      Colour tints and lines of demarcation on sea and ships are harder to distinguish, shadows less clearcut.
      THE NEW NORTHAGNES DEANS CAMERON
      The distant peaks of the Cordillera had lost their identity of clearcut shapes in the steadily deepening blue of the eastern sky.
      NOSTROMO: A TALE OF THE SEABOARDJOSEPH CONRAD
      He was a very handsome young man, of medium height, with firm, clearcut features.
      WAR AND PEACELEO TOLSTOY
      And the victory to-day had been won not by a "fluke," but by clearcut playing.
      BERT WILSON ON THE GRIDIRONJ. W. DUFFIELD
      The issues of this conflict were more clearcut than in any of the other provinces.
      THE CANADIAN DOMINIONOSCAR D. SKELTON
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