limpidness


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lim·pid

 (lĭm′pĭd)
adj.
1. Characterized by transparent clearness; pellucid. See Synonyms at clear.
2. Free from clouds or haze: a limpid sky.
3. Easily intelligible; clear: writes in a limpid style.
4. Easily or pleasantly heard; distinct: playing the violin with a limpid tone.
5. Flowing or moving gracefully: limpid movements of a dancer.

[Latin limpidus.]

lim·pid′i·ty, lim′pid·ness n.
lim′pid·ly adv.
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limpidness

noun
The quality of being clear and easy to perceive or understand:
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Naipaul's essayist writing style is characterized by its extraordinary limpidness.
She sat transfixed, did not hear what, if anything, the mouth said, but filed away, oppressively, inside her soul, the pinkness of his gums, the whiteness of his teeth, the solemn ordinariness around his eyes, the hair's distressing limpidness.
The reading of more difficult kavyas, such as Sisupalavadha and Naisadhacarita, is especially apt to force consideration of such issues, for they represent, in the literary history of Sanskrit, a kind of obscuring of the quality of limpidness and directness thought to be characteristic of "classical" Sanskrit--and its most distinguished representative, Kalidasa.