lucidly lucidly


  • (adv) in a clear and lucid manner


  1. Men see ample breasts and broad hips as indicators of a woman's ability to bear and nurse children--though most don't think about such matters so lucidly.
  2. The lucidly argued treatise frames the issue not in ethical terms but as a problem of efficiency.
  3. I have never seen the basic facts of the tariff situation as it exists in the world today so lucidly set forth in so few words.


  • Here's Kanye West Rationally Explaining His Creative Frustration

    On Tuesday's Late Night with Seth Meyers , Kanye West truly cracked the Matrix. Without raising his voice or spiraling into narrative curlicues or providing any of the intensity necessary to render this 2+ minute verbal essay on his creative prowess a "rant," West lucidly explained what he's been saying for a while now : He feels stifled by powers that be who expect him to work in a certain way ...
    on February 26, 2014     Source: Gawker


  1. "We have another hearing, so I have to be careful," Selig said. "But I think my statement which articulated my feelings very, very lucidly ...... I believed when I meted out the punishment, I believed it then and I believe in it just as...
    on Jul 28, 2005 By: Bud Selig Source: USA Today

  2. "She (Patricia) spoke lucidly and articulately about their life together," Tyson said in a PBS podcast. "This was a treasure of storytelling. That has got to be the friendliest family I have ever spent time with in my life. I learned how...
    on Feb 18, 2010 By: Neil deGrasse Tyson Source: Las Cruces Sun-News

  3. Pope Benedict said the crisis demonstrates that "original sin really exists. If it did not exist, we could appeal to reason, lucidly, with arguments that are accessible to all and incontestable and to the good will of everyone."
    on Feb 26, 2009 By: Pope Benedict XVI Source: Catholic News Service

Word of the Day
animosity animosity
/ˌæ nə ˈmɑ sə ti /