clarity

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(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)
n. clearness, transparency. See meaning. Ant., obscurity, opacity.
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(Roget's IV) n.
Syn. clearness, lucidity, limpidness, limpidity, purity, brightness, precision, explicitness, exactness, decipherability, intelligibility, simplicity, explicability, perceptibility, penetrability, unmistakability, distinctness, comprehensibility, plainness, lack of ambiguity, plain speech, legibility, openness, directness, perspicuity, evidence, prominence, manifestness, overtness, salience, transparency, pellucidity, translucence, palpability, conspicuousness, certainty; see also accuracy 2 , simplicity 1 .
Ant. haziness, obscurity*, vagueness.
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(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus) n.
clearness, lucidity, plainness, intelligibility, comprehensibility, explicitness, legibility, simplicity, transparency, purity.
ANT.: obscurity, haze, fog, fuzziness, distortion
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(Roget's Thesaurus II) noun 1. The condition of being clean and free of contaminants: cleanliness, cleanness, pureness, purity, taintlessness. See CLEAN. 2. The quality of being clear and easy to perceive or understand: clearness, distinctness, limpidity, limpidness, lucidity, lucidness, pellucidity, pellucidness, perspicuity, perspicuousness, plainness. See CLEAR.

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