lucid : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s (of language) transparently clear; easily understandable
- s having a clear mind
a lucid moment in his madness
- s capable of thinking and expressing yourself in a clear and consistent manner
a lucid thinker
- s transmitting light; able to be seen through with clarity
a pellucid brook
- His lucid essay on global warming set it apart from all others because of its clarifying content and incisive commentary.
- He's the thinking man's slacker, but his prose is a force multiplierlucid, honest and unhampered by neurotic self-loathing.
- No lucid observer ever thought that would really happen, but what they did expect was that the LHC would operate as advertised, recreating conditions not seen since instants after .
- Carlos Ghosn in International Herald Tribune
We are very lucid on the situation of the industry that there is a recession in the United States, at least in the car market,Ghosn told reporters, adding automakers also face rising costs for iron ore, precious metals, aluminum and other...
- Paul Byrd in Washington Post
Give me a few minutes before I talk,Byrd said as he packed up in the Indians clubhouse. "I'm not lucid right now. I'm saying funny things. Give me a half-hour and I'll talk."
- Lula da Silva in Guardian Unlimited
My feeling is that Fidel is in very good health, that he's as lucid as he's ever been,Silva said.