If we reverse-engineer the progress of the Boeing 777 from this single moment of clarity, where does it begin to get complicated?
The hallmark of great presidents is clarity of vision and purpose or at least the perception of such.
Correction: The previous sentence was rewritten after original publish for clarity.
It was a moment of clarity that sent me speeding home, ready to start writing again.
By stringing them together, experts believe they will achieve insight and clarity.
It would trouble you to find many such passages in the other book, which is, moreover, not distinguished for clarity.
clarity and simplicity have been the objects kept constantly in view.
How can a woman be lovelier than when most womanly, or more precious than when she reflects her own weakness in clarity of soul?
There was a magnificence of vigor in my body, and a magnificence of vision and clarity in my brain.
His pulse became quieter, and his brain increased in clarity.
c.1300, clarte "brightness," from Old French clarté "clarity, brightness," from Latin claritas "brightness, splendor," also, of sounds, "clearness;" figuratively "celebrity, renown, fame," from clarare "make clear," from clarus "clear" (see clear (adj.)). Modern form is early 15c., perhaps a reborrowing from Latin. Meaning "clearness" is from 1610s.