adjective \ˈlim-pəd\

: perfectly clear

: clear and simple in style

Full Definition of LIMPID

a :  marked by transparency :  pellucid <limpid streams>
b :  clear and simple in style <limpid prose>
:  absolutely serene and untroubled
lim·pid·i·ty \lim-ˈpi-də-tē\ noun
lim·pid·ly \ˈlim-pəd-lē\ adverb
lim·pid·ness noun

Examples of LIMPID

  1. the limpid waters of the stream
  2. <her eyes are the blue of a limpid stream of water>

Origin of LIMPID

French or Latin; French limpide, from Latin limpidus, perhaps from lympha water — more at lymph
First Known Use: 1613


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