perspicuous

[ per-spik-yoo-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF perspicuous

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PERSPICUOUS

This is at all times a great aid to a clear and perspicuous statement.

This is not a fine style, but simple, perspicuous, and agreeable.

Both the plan and style are perspicuous; it is admirably adapted for what it is intended.

The tongue of him to whom they incline is foreign, and this is the perspicuous Arabic tongue.

Thought must be true, perspicuous, and adapted to the subject.

He recognised this way of looking at the unusual as profound and perspicuous.

The third manner of our seeing is by refraction, and this is perspicuous in mirrors.

At most, he says, it may be necessary to admit that the translation is not perspicuous.

So will our posterity admire our ignorance in as perspicuous matters.

His style is always forcible, and so perspicuous that he cannot be misunderstood.

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