His strongest point is his style; there he is clear, concise and apt, perspicuous, elegant and brilliant.
Both the plan and style are perspicuous; it is admirably adapted for what it is intended.
An extensive science in a single book, and the most profound ideas expressed in the most perspicuous language.
The tongue of him to whom they incline is foreign, and this is the perspicuous Arabic tongue.
Mr. Hardy, in a very eloquent and perspicuous opening, stated the facts of the case.
Thought must be true, perspicuous, and adapted to the subject.
As a poet, his style is perspicuous and simple; and his characteristics are tenderness, dignity, and grace.
He recognised this way of looking at the unusual as profound and perspicuous.
His style was perspicuous, energetic, concise, and withal highly elegant.
At most, he says, it may be necessary to admit that the translation is not perspicuous.