noun clar·i·ty \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

Full Definition of CLARITY

:  the quality or state of being clear :  lucidity

Examples of CLARITY

  1. The essays are edited for clarity.
  2. There is a lack of clarity in many legal documents.
  3. She remembered what happened that day with surprising clarity.
  4. I'm looking for greater clarity about what is expected of our students.
  5. The clarity of the photographs was amazing.
  6. The DVD has excellent clarity of sound.
  7. the clarity of the lake's water
  8. The vitamin is believed to improve skin clarity.

Origin of CLARITY

Middle English clarite, from Latin claritat-, claritas, from clarus
First Known Use: 1616

Rhymes with CLARITY


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