In a smooth iron mould a lens of pellucid ice has been formed.
He believes in making music as pellucid to the hearers as clear water.
Soon they were all joyously stamping and dancing in what had so lately been a pellucid pool.
She dipped the toes of her arched foot into the pellucid stream.
Her gardening hat had fallen off, her eyes were bright with tears, and the glow upon her cheeks had faded to a pellucid gleam.
The cells form two rows, nearly opposite, smooth and pellucid.
Lucid and pellucid refer to a shining clearness, as of crystal.
The dangerous glint in her pellucid hazel eyes was lost on Billy.
Here, the vales were more lovely; the waters more cool and pellucid than in any other of the territories of earth.
Rather, I should say, it is the perfection of pellucid serenity.
pellucid pel·lu·cid (pə-lōō'sĭd)
Admitting the passage of light; transparent or translucent.