lucidly[ loo-sid ]SEE DEFINITION OF lucidly
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LUCIDLY
The rules are lucidly explained, and the selections made with taste.
"Because then I can talk about them to them," concluded Alwynne lucidly.
To think sharply and lucidly is the result of self-discipline.
Her mind watched, nevertheless, as keenly and as lucidly as in her happiest days.
"She may not have liked children," observed Lady Lyons, lucidly.
The other bars are lucidly described by Messrs. Spencer and Gillen.
"You're so good that nothing shocks you," she lucidly persisted.
He said this so lucidly and consistently that he could see it further impose itself.
An Irish foreman was in command, and to him Gallagher appealed, lucidly but not too gently.
Even in France I do not think things will move as lucidly and generously as that.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR LUCIDLY
- beyond doubt