limpid[ lim-pid ]SEE DEFINITION OF limpid
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LIMPID
I believed in visions––in the deep, limpid, mysterious springs of conduct.
From it came the sound of a voice, limpid, clear, which Lennox knew and knew too was not Margaret's.
Birds called excitedly and flew exultantly about in the limpid air.
Her eyes were soft and limpid, and they held an expression of dreaminess in their depths.
He is lacking in the limpid clarity of sheer light-heartedness.
Limpid: clear and transparent: applied to wings and ornamentation.
The water is of great depth, limpid, and supplied from a thousand springs.
Forrester looked at her limpid blue eyes and her lovely face.
The draining of a well so limpid was the easiest thing in the world.
The limpid spring bubbled and laughed at the foot of the hill.