Definition of Perspicuousness

1. Noun. Clarity as a consequence of being perspicuous.

Exact synonyms: Perspicuity, Plainness
Generic synonyms: Clarity, Clearness, Limpidity, Lucidity, Lucidness, Pellucidity
Derivative terms: Perspicuous, Perspicuous, Plain



Definition of Perspicuousness

1. Noun. The state or characteristic of being perspicuous; perspicuity. ¹

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Definition of Perspicuousness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Perspicuousness

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perspicuousness (current term)
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Literary usage of Perspicuousness

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1. American State Trials: A Collection of the Important and Interesting by John Davison Lawson, Robert Lorenzo Howard (1919)
"... I shall first read several extracts from Dean's Medical Jurisprudence, containing the results of the law, stated with simplicity and perspicuousness. ..."

2. Elements of Logic: Comprising the Doctrine of the Laws and Products of by Henry Noble Day (1867)
"perspicuousness is founded upon the essential quality of Thought as Intelligence, viz., Clearness, and requires that the Thought appear clearly through the ..."

3. Mental Discipline: With Reference to the Acquisition and Communication of by Davis Wasgatt Clark, George Peck (1847)
"We have already showed that perspicuousness in delivery is essential, as weH as clearness ... One mode of attaining this perspicuousness of delivery—namely, ..."

4. The Life of Reason; Or, The Phases of Human Progress by George Santayana (1906)
"In psychology and history, too, although dialectic is soon choked by the cross-currents of nature, it furnishes the little perspicuousness which there is. ..."

5. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1915)
"... not because of the analytical value of his sitions, which is usually slight, but because he gives, a dogmatic perspicuousness that leaves nothing to be ..."

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