Definition of pellucid in English:

pellucid

Line breaks: pel|lu¦cid
Pronunciation: /pɪˈluːsɪd
 
, pɛ-, -ˈljuːsɪd/

adjective

literary

Derivatives

pellucidity

Pronunciation: /-ˈsɪdɪti/
noun
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  • When somebody else does it, it's pedantry, when you do it it's pellucidity.
  • People like to move in for the LCD TVs without even minding the terms difference because of the picture pellucidity and the quality which is not available on the conventional TVs.
  • Her views of the teddy bear duo have a sweet, simple pellucidity, instantly communicating all that the reader needs to know about the wonders of loving and being loved.

pellucidly

adverb
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  • The President in his pellucidly written and cogently argued letter on ‘quality and access’ observed that the question raised by our need-blind admissions policy is both an ‘ethical and a practical one.’
  • But given the broader stakes for the power of Congress to regulate commerce, he added, ‘our duty to uphold the application of the federal statute was pellucidly clear.’
  • It is pellucidly obvious that technologies - like the invention of the internal combustion engine or the written word - are disruptive.

Origin

early 17th century: from Latin pellucidus, from perlucere 'shine through'.

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