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Definition of "limpidity" [lim•pid•i•ty]

  • Property of being limpid. (noun)

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Use "limpidity" in a sentence
  • "Elsewhere there were wonderful moments of limpidity – as the first movement reaches its development, and in the intermezzo above all."
  • "Could it be that that limpidity extends itself to caving in to an onslaught of anti western abuse by it's very own immigrants?"
  • "When we have, however, praised the limpidity of The Vikings at Helgeland, we have, in honesty, to make several reservations in our criticism of the author's choice of a subject."