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lu·cid

(lū'sid),
Clear, not obscured or confused, as in a lucid moment or lucid spoken expression.
[L. lucidus, clear]
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lu·cid

(lū'sid)
Clear, not obscured or confused, as in a lucid moment or lucid spoken expression.
[L. lucidus, clear]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

lu·cid

(lū'sid)
Clear, not obscured or confused.
[L. lucidus, clear]
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Lucidly written and solidly researched, it achieves its expressed purposes and will be a useful tool for high school students and faculty for many years to come.
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Being expected to articulate, lucidly and rationally, your views about almost anything at the drop of a hat - views which can then be analysed and picked over at leisure by your opponents and used forever as sticks to beat you with.
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Bryant argues, at times lucidly, that despite the general ambivalence of our society, and indeed, Black men themselves, the myth is alive, well and still possessed of a destructive power.
As sunny as a Haydn quartet, came in a lucidly voiced reading, its themes seamlessly exchanged between instruments and carried along on freshly sprung rhythms.