vividity


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vi`vid´i`ty

    (vĭ`vĭd´ĭ`tŷ)
n.1.The quality or state of being vivid; vividness.
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4) With what degree of vividity must a defendant be aware of a risk in order for her phenomenological state to constitute awareness (or a belief state) at all?
The iPhone on the other hand, took very good pictures, but lacked the fidelity and vividity that the Honor device could give.
In the Collected Poems that Mahon published with Gallery in 1999, "The Forger" was provocatively preceded by "A Portrait of the Artist," which also stresses the artisanal determination of poetry through its description of how Van Gogh embricated the coal mines of Belgium with the vividity of Provence; it makes for heavy sunlight: