Admitting the passage of light; transparent or translucent. See Synonyms at clear.(adjective)
Transparently clear in style or meaning: pellucid prose. (adjective)
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Use "pellucid" in a sentence
"_Lamina_ or Plate of a transparent or pellucid body of a thickness very determinate and proportioned according to the greater or less refractive power of the _pellucid_ body."
"THE river Little St. Juan may, with singular propriety, be termed the pellucid river."
""It is pellucid, that is, not opaque, or dark -- it gives admission to the light, and reflects it back again in all its beauty, brilliancy, and purity."