lucid

[ loo-sid ]SEE DEFINITION OF lucid

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Many of his decisions were models of deep research and lucid statement.

Thereupon he gave a brief, lucid account of what had occurred in the night.

Sometimes in lucid moments he thought he was like a place where there had once been a spring.

Milly followed this—it was lucid; but it suggested something apart.

He must be master of a lucid, virile, attractive literary style.

She came down the path carrying her despair with lucid calmness.

He was in a state of distraction as to his feelings and yet lucid as to his mind.

He did not care what the end would be, and in his lucid moments overvalued his indifference.

And he was aware of this impassiveness concealing a lucid astonishment.

Would that her brother was favored with some of these lucid intervals!

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