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luculent

adjective lu·cu·lent \ˈlü-kyə-lənt\

Definition of LUCULENT

:  clear in thought or expression :  lucid <the interviewee was luculent and personable>
lu·cu·lent·ly adverb

Examples of LUCULENT

  1. <the district attorney's brilliant, luculent summation sealed the case for the prosecution>

Origin of LUCULENT

Latin luculentus, from luc-, lux light
First Known Use: circa 1548

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