LaPlante has witnessed firsthand the paradox of dementia and Alzheimer's, with alternating phases of deterioration and lucidity.
Yet among his mish-mash of randomized factoids, there did occur a moment of lucidity.
It was very lucky perhaps for me that in a way I was like a very sick man who has yet preserved all his lucidity.
It has all the lucidity and charm of presentation we expect from this writer.
And he pursued his thought with the tenacity of the drunkard, who concentrates upon one idea all the lucidity of mind left to him.
Indeed, the narrative style of the Ram is lacking in lucidity!
His statement of his position was admirable in its lucidity, its temper, and its courage.
But she was more and more all lucidity—save in so far as she was now almost all authority.
They looked through him, as if they saw with a lucidity even more unendurable than his, what was going on in Tanqueray's soul.
Let us see what Browning, subtle as few other men, thought of our lucidity.
lucidity lu·cid·i·ty (lōō-sĭd'ĭ-tē)
Clarity, especially mental clarity.