perspicuity perspicuity


  • (n) clarity as a consequence of being perspicuous



  1. Thompson, a high school dropout, said with rare perspicuity that he doubted the FBI would hire him.
  2. I was astonished at their youth, and delighted by their intelligence, their understanding, and their perspicuity.


  • "Some disposable nappy producers have been reigniting the debate off the back of an outdated British study. These reports seem to have prompted Wanganui Mayor Michael Laws to contribute with his usual perspicuity, by claiming that it is...
    on Jul 24, 2007 By: Nandor Tanczos Source: (press release)

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cynic cynic
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