Definition of Clear-thinking
1. Adjective. Not mentally confused; able to think clearly and act intelligently.
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Literary usage of Clear-thinking
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1. Darwinism and Human Life: The South African Lectures for 1909 by John Arthur Thomson (1910)
"... Web of Life " suggests—Dependence of Living Creatures upon their Surroundings—Nutritive Chains —Nexus between Mud and Clear Thinking—Correlation between ..."
2. Methods of Teaching in High Schools by Samuel Chester Parker (1915)
"The first essential in the actual preparation of material to be presented is clear thinking upon the part of the student. Provided the student has a body of ..."
3. Public School Methods (1921)
"If the teacher is wise she will assist the boy to answer his question for himself by leading him to take the following steps: (a) CLEAR THINKING. ..."
4. Joint-metallism: A Plan by which Gold and Silver Together, at Ratios Always by Anson Phelps Stokes (1895)
"It will go far to promote clear thinking regarding this question if it is generally understood— First, that money is a certain potentiality or stored-up and ..."