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per·spic·u·ous

 (pər-spĭk′yo͞o-əs)
adj.
1. Clearly expressed or presented; easy to understand: perspicuous prose.
2. Expressing oneself clearly and effectively: a perspicuous lecturer.
3. Discerning; perspicacious.

[From Latin perspicuus, from perspicere, to see through; see perspicacious.]

per·spic′u·ous·ly adv.
per·spic′u·ous·ness n.
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Adv.1.perspicuously - in a clear and lucid manner; "this is a lucidly written book"
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I write,"' his mother went on, reading very perspicuously and precisely, '"from the chair, to which I shall probably be confined for some hours.
I must have read very perspicuously, or the poor soul must have been deeply interested, for I remember she had a cloudy impression, after I had done, that they were a sort of vegetable.
First, scholars who compared multiple tongues, including the perspicuously structured Sanskrit (Pedersen 256-57), began to think of language not as aggregates of many words but as organized contexts in which individual items have meaning by virtue of their placement in an internal architecture--in grammar (Foucault 237).
The coalition statement added that the skirmishes, perspicuously, show pressures which were exercised by the Iranian stooges of the Houthi militias, as it dominated the decisions, destiny and potentials of the dearly fraternal Yemeni people, resulting in flaring situation among the two Putsch sides.
Would they not need a category of their own: "neither-Forms-nor-concepts," or more perspicuously, "not-quite-Forms-but-more-than-concepts," possibly to be abbreviated for convenience to something like "uberconcepts"?
This suggests a program--to work on the rest of my beliefs so that they become truly mine, relating perspicuously to the original untouchable place where they are first unshakably present to the Cartesian mind.
2006) ("The listener presumes that the speaker is being cooperative and is speaking truthfully, informatively, relevantly, perspicuously, and otherwise appropriately.
The visual results from decision tree diagram revealed perspicuously that Nodes 1, 3, 5 and 6 due to the stopping rules of the CHAID algorithm were terminal nodes, respectively.
And in fact observers increasingly recognize that our current cultural struggles are most perspicuously described as a contest between competing religiosities.
The period of time for perspicuously seasonal data is often a year; [M.
There is a long history of philosophers trying to assimilate the first of these inferences to the second: really, the first inference is just a misleading formulation of the second; or, at the very least, the conclusion from the second inference more perspicuously displays the ontological commitments of the conclusion from the first.
Scholars make a reputation by saying something new, and a new insight can be conveyed earlier and more perspicuously in an article devoted to that insight than in a book, because a book will take longer to write and publish, and new insights will be likely to be buried amidst familiar material necessary to bulk out the book to book length.