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. See More
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Middle English clarite, from Latin claritat-, claritas, from clarus — see clarify