limpidity limpidity


  1. (n) free from obscurity and easy to understand; the comprehensibility of clear expression
  2. (n) passing light without diffusion or distortion


  1. Her stage presence fuses contrariesstrength and limpidity, control and abandon, energy and ease.
  2. The glass in The Heartstring is an ordinary glass, the cloud an ordinary cloud; it is their encounter, in that blue, patiently rendered limpidity, that is so arresting.


  • "This country," Van Gogh wrote from here to Emile Bernard, "seems to me as beautiful as Japan as far as the limpidity of the atmosphere and the gay color effects are concerned."
    on Apr 10, 2006 By: Van Gogh Source: Forbes

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