Definition of lucidity
1 : clearness of thought or style the lucidity of the explanation
2 : a presumed capacity to perceive the truth directly and instantaneously : clairvoyance when the spirit is drawn to lucidity by the immediacy of death — Graham Greene
Examples of lucidity in a Sentence
the lucidity of the recipe should ensure a minimum of confusion
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As Newton lost her lucidity, Nottage cleaned out her house, in Crown Heights.
Lucidity and opacity, ordinary delights and exotic peculiarities blend breezily in an intimate jest of vast wonder.
As the synopsis of the documentary reads: The progression from that second qualifying clause to the horrors of mass criminalization and the sprawling American prison industry is laid out by DuVernay with bracing lucidity.
Mr. Hopkins is a whirlwind, slipping into and out of lucidity deliciously under Richard Eyre’s direction.
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What Paul Kalanithi and Marion Coutts demonstrate with ringing lucidity is that while no science can mitigate the finality of loss, anyone who is fully alive to his or her death need not worry that its meaning will be lost.
Chanel says in the first few minutes of the Scream Queens pilot, delivering every word with nauseating lucidity.
In a rare moment of lucidity, during the gap between drinking hefeweisse and cruising the streets of Berlin dressed as a leather cop, BoingBoing Gadgets’ John Brownlee translates this statement from weasel-speak: In short?
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