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limpid

Lit (esp of writings, style, etc.) free from obscurity
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Making the horizon "transparent," they intimate clear meaning and the erasure of signification, limpidity and obscurity.
His book is beautifully edited and instructive, but the vocabulary does not always have the limpidity of Newman's writings.
Some of her surfaces have the limpidity of watercolor, others the density of oils.
Peter Dimitriew is a pianist of many gifts, not least a limpidity of tone and a sprightliness of articulation.
He inaugurates a playful tension between limpidity and obscurity and makes of the letter a literary genre .
What the English lacks--beyond the inimitable music of the French --is a certain limpidity, and also, paradoxically, an architectural firmness and precision.
And what we worked at was not so much specific books as at the formulation of a literary theory, Conrad seeking most of all a new form for the novel and I a limpidity of expression that should make prose seem like the sound of some one talking in rather a low voice into the ear of a person that he liked.
At the end the initial autumnal Latvian landscape transforms into a scene of wintry limpidity, a page in the book of shadows and light: "The mountains are created from shadows and light, / mountains transparent, / and you enter / the splendid depths of the mountains.
A final remark concerns the wording of the text: it is clear inasmuch as it expresses acute reasoning, but it is often a far cry from the noble simplicity and limpidity of Aquinas's text.