clear channel

  1. a radio broadcast channel cleared for long-distance broadcasting during nighttime hours.

  2. a broadcast channel free of undesirable interference.

Other words from clear channel

  • clear-channel, adjective

Words Nearby clear channel Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use clear channel in a sentence

  • And, as they forced the boat through a clump of reeds and into a clear channel, something monstrous snorted near them.

    The Lost Warship | Robert Moore Williams
  • The two first were almost choked up with the trunks of trees, but the last had a clear channel.

  • To the east the little harbor opened a clear channel between lines of creaming breakers to the deep blue and green of the ocean.

    Galusha the Magnificent | Joseph C. Lincoln
  • There was a steeper slope in front, but a clear channel, the waves not high but wallowing inward 252 toward the centre.

    The Heart of the Ancient Wood | Charles G. D. Roberts
  • We observed the sea breaking over the reef, but there was a clear channel between it and the shore.

    Peter Trawl | W. H. G. Kingston