lucidity

[ loo-sid-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF lucidity

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LUCIDITY

It was lucidity at white heat: the last sublimation of passion.

It has all the lucidity and charm of presentation we expect from this writer.

Indeed, the narrative style of the Ram is lacking in lucidity!

She met this lucidity, Miss Cutter, with but an instant's lapse.

But she was more and more all lucidity—save in so far as she was now almost all authority.

Let us see what Browning, subtle as few other men, thought of our lucidity.

It left nothing to be desired, believe me, in the matter of lucidity.

So intent was his eagerness that a strange kind of lucidity possessed him.

In his final moments of lucidity he had thrust her away with loving brusqueness.

With all his lucidity of statement, Hamilton was not always ——.

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