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- n. The property of being limpid, clarity.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Quality of being limpid; limpidity.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being limpid; clearness; transparency; lucidity.
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Some approach definitions; some are like free-floating haikus; some are, for all their word-by-word limpidness, impenetrable.
A later work with that same limpidness is the "Pie Jesu" from Fauré's Requiem.
A crystal-clear limpidness without a break in continuity – that is the essential nature (of the mind).
We cherish sensations in themselves, when they consist of elements like limpidness of color and lucidity of sound.
Now the wind has blown it clear as blue limpidness; now scattered flakes appear; now it is deep blue; now pale; now it tinges darkly; now it is a layer of cream.
His page has the fertility of a well-cultivated pastoral region, the limpidness of a mountain brook, the music of our unstudied songsters, the elusive charm of the blue beyond the summer clouds; it has, at times, the ruggedness of a shelving rock, combined with the grace of its nodding columbines.
Two or three phrases, however, show all the limpidness and ease for which he gained fame subsequently.
This one had: she had the secret of lake waters under rock, unfathomable in limpidness.
But the wonderful limpidness, the charming pellucidness of Ingersoll can only be adequately understood when you also have the finishing touch of his facile voice.] _Question_.