clear, transparent, or pellucid, as water, crystal, or air: We could see to the very bottom of the limpid pond.
free from obscurity; lucid; clear: a limpid style; limpid prose.
completely calm; without distress or worry: a limpid, emotionless existence.
- lim·pid·i·ty, lim·pid·ness, noun
- lim·pid·ly, adverb
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How to use limpid in a sentence
The Maryland artist overlaps limpid hues, echoing Morris Louis’s style if not his technique.In the galleries: A sizzling exhibit crackles with creativity | Mark Jenkins | July 23, 2021 | Washington Post
Minutes would pass in silence, and Cobber would fix his big limpid understanding eyes on the person's lost face.
Despite the beautiful, limpid looks, and melodious voice, Fraser has always possessed a steely determination to do things her way.
He was thirty but looked little over twenty, and his large limpid blue eyes were as guileless as a child's.Ancestors | Gertrude Atherton
The girl's earliest memories were of the cozy log-cabin upon the banks of the limpid, gurgling creek.A Forest Hearth: A Romance of Indiana in the Thirties | Charles Major
The poorest of those infidel dogs have homes of white marble and enchanting gardens, embellished with limpid fountains.The Pilgrim's Shell or Fergan the Quarryman | Eugne Sue
An almost unknown emotion, a limpid, seething love flooded his heart.At the Sign of the Cat and Racket | Honore de Balzac
It is in the most beautiful azure depths of the limpid water that this hideous, voracious polyp delights.Toilers of the Sea | Victor Hugo
British Dictionary definitions for limpid
clear or transparent
(esp of writings, style, etc) free from obscurity
- limpidity or limpidness, noun
- limpidly, adverb
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