vivid[ viv-id ]SEE DEFINITION OF vivid
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VIVID
Weeks passed away, and with them the vivid memories of that time.
At this revelation a vivid blush glowed on Gracie Dennis' cheek.
This is so broad, however, that it may not make a direct and vivid impression.
The vivid beauty of her blush startled him, and she drew her hand quickly from his.
Simultaneously he received a vivid mental photograph of the locality.
But, foolish as we know them to be, they are not the less horrible to a child's vivid imagination.
On, therefore, we hurried, and soon the reality of the war was vivid to us again.
Vivid as it seems—all I suffer as I write is but a faint phantasm of what I then endured.
The early portions of the novel are especially truthful and vivid.
To this day it is as vivid before me, as if I had actually lived through it.