clar·i·ty noun \ˈkler-ə-tē, ˈkla-rə-\
: the quality of being easily understood
: the quality of being expressed, remembered, understood, etc., in a very exact way
: the quality of being easily seen or heard
: the quality or state of being clear : lucidity
Examples of CLARITY
- The essays are edited for clarity.
- There is a lack of clarity in many legal documents.
- She remembered what happened that day with surprising clarity.
- I'm looking for greater clarity about what is expected of our students.
- The clarity of the photographs was amazing.
- The DVD has excellent clarity of sound.
- the clarity of the lake's water
- The vitamin is believed to improve skin clarity.
Origin of CLARITY
Middle English clarite,
from Latin claritat-, claritas,
First Known Use: 1616
Related to CLARITY
- clearness, limpidity, limpidness, lucency, translucence, translucency, transparency
- cloudiness, opacity, opaqueness, turbidity, turbidness
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