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Definition: Easily understood; clear

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Seraphita - By Honor
...If, for lack of a lucid appreciation of his destiny, he allows bodily action to predominate, instead of confirming his intellectual being, all his powers will be absorbed in the use of his external senses, and the angel will slowly perish by the materialisation of both natures ....
Paul Patoff - By Francis Marion Crawford
...She never has a lucid moment ....
Romance - By Joseph Conrad, Ford Madox Ford, Charles Raymond Macauley
...I remembered that in my cell I had reasoned out that I must be very constrained; very lucid about the opening . "...
Confidence - By Henry James
...I see--I see, " said Gordon, looking at his friend with an air of admiration for his frank and lucid way of putting things ....
No Other Way - By Walter Besant
...-- even the most confirmed sot--may sometimes light upon lucid moments, just as, on a day which appears completely wrapped in gloom and overhung with black clouds or obscured by yellow fogs, the sun may sometimes emerge for a few moments upon a surprised world ....
The Tree of Heaven - By May Sinclair
...When her father told her to come out of that and say good-night and be quick about it, she came slowly -LRB- she was not in the least afraid of Bartie -RRB-, showing herself bit by bit, honey-colored hair, eyebrows dark under her gold, very dark against her white; sorrowful, transparent, lucid eyes ....
The Hindered Hand - By Sutton Elbert Griggs
...She has lucid moments, but whenever her mind forcibly recurs to the Southern situation she again plunges into the gulf of despair ....
Dreamers of the Ghetto - By Israel Zangwill
...He fell back on his rough sketch for a lucid Algebra, but his lucid formulas were a blur ....
The Ambassadors - By Henry James
...It was almost as if for his own intelligence that, deliberate and lucid, our friend thus expressed the matter . "...
The Spoils of Poynton - By Henry James
...Owen grew more and more lucid and more confident of the effect of his lucidity . "...
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer - By Mark Twain, American Publishing Company
...In a lucid interval, Huck feebly ....
Jane Eyre - By Charlotte Bront
...ings would inevitably betray my secret : besides, she had lucid intervals of days--sometimes weeks--which she filled up with abuse of me ....
As You Like it - By William Shakespeare, Samuel Thurber, Louise Wetherbee
...Thomas Gray Far from the sun and summer gale In thy green lap was Nature 's Darling laid, What time, where lucid Avon stray 'd, To him the mighty mother did unveil Her awful face : the dauntless child Stretch 'd forth his little arms and smiled . "...
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man - By James Joyce
...He had felt a subtle, dark and murmurous presence penetrate his being and fire him with a brief iniquitous lust : it, too, had slipped beyond his grasp leaving his mind lucid and indifferent ....
The House of Mirth - By Edith Wharton, A. B. Wenzell
...She had never learned to live with her own thoughts, and to be confronted with them through such hours of lucid misery made the confused wretchedness of her previous vigil seem easily bearable ....
This Side of Paradise - By Fitzgerald, F. Scott (Francis Scott), 1896-1940, Francis Scott Fitzgerald
...Out in Shanley 's, Yonkers, he became almost logical, and by a careful control of the number of high-balls he drank, grew quite lucid and garrulous ....