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Use "pellucidity" in a sentence
"To be moist, muddy, rumpled and smeared, when by the very nature of your position it is your duty to be clear-starched up to the pellucidity of crystal, to be spotless as the lily, to be crisp as the ivy-leaf, and as clear in complexion as a rose, — is it not, O gentle readers, felt to be a disgrace?"
"I'd even managed to stop it translating what the occasional patronizing mugull would ask me every time I stopped to gape at some extraordinary sight, as "Is one's discombobulation requiring pellucidity?""
"Diaphaneity, the noun form of diaphanous, is unfamiliar, and pellucidity could be confused with Pell grants."