Murray does not state this point as lucidly as one might wish, so the quotations will have to skip around a bit.
Please read this brief (15 pages) and lucidly written report published last December by the Congressional Research Service.
He thought it wonderful that a brain could think a thing out so clearly and words express thoughts so lucidly.
The rules are lucidly explained, and the selections made with taste.
The views I have often heard in England, but never uttered so lucidly, and certainly never so fast.
To think sharply and lucidly is the result of self-discipline.
I told him, lucidly as possible, everything I have related in these pages, and the admission of Griggs.
"You're so good that nothing shocks you," she lucidly persisted.
Breath control, voice production, and other technical matters are lucidly set forth.
He said this so lucidly and consistently that he could see it further impose itself.
1590s, "bright, shining," from Latin lucidus "light, bright, clear," figuratively "perspicuous, lucid, clear," from lucere "to shine," from lux (genitive lucis) "light," from PIE root *leuk- "to shine, be bright" (see light (n.)). Sense of "easy to understand" first recorded 1786. Lucid interval "period of calm or temporary sanity" (1580s) is from Medieval Latin lucida intervalla (plural), which was common in medieval English legal documents (cf. non est compos mentis, sed gaudet lucidis intervallis). Related: Lucidly; lucidness (1640s).