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lucidity

 [loo-sid´ĭ-te]
clearness of mind. adj., adj lu´cid.

lu·cid·i·ty

(lū-sid'i-tē),
The quality or state of being lucid.

lucidity

/lu·cid·i·ty/ (loo-sid´it-e) clearness of mind.lu´cid

lucidity

[lo̅o̅sid′itē]
Etymology: L, lucidus, clear
pertaining to clarity of mind, perception, or intelligibility.

lu·cid·i·ty

(lū-sid'i-tē)
The quality or state of being lucid.

lu·cid·i·ty

(lū-sid'i-tē)
The quality or state of being lucid.
References in classic literature ?
The light had come back to his eyes and the colour to his cheeks, as he set himself with great vigour and lucidity to explain the situation.
So he thought in rare moments of lucidity, but his usual state of mind was one of weariness and a tender pity for himself because of that weariness.
And sometime under the liquor drug, snatches of wisdom came to him far more lucidity than in his sober moments, as, for instance, one night, when he sat on the edge of the bed with one shoe in his hand and meditated on Dede's aphorism to the effect that he could not sleep in more than one bed at a time.
enhancement of the lucidity of the thought and value of the work.
For the last few days she had felt herself several times near that madness which is but an intolerable lucidity of apprehension.
Well," went on Father Brown, with lumbering lucidity, "as you wouldn't leave any tracks for the police, of course somebody had to.
Others he caught and criticized with admirable lucidity.
He argued with himself about all things under heaven with that kind of wrong-headed lucidity which may be observed in some lunatics.
But in truth there is a sort of lucidity proper to extravagant language, and the great man was not offended.
Though he saw the Prince looking at him with black displeasure, the lucidity of his mind, of which he was very conscious, gave him an extraordinary assurance.
Readers called our Arabic sister paper Akhbar Al Khaleej saying that MPs are not living "in their time" and lack lucidity and the ability to think reasonably.
Proceeds from the round were used to finance both the acquisition of Lucidity Consulting Group and to fund long-term growth.