clearness or lucidity, as of a statement.
the quality of being perspicuous.
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How to use perspicuity in a sentence
Thus Arnold thinks that what Tacitus gained in energy he lost in elegance and perspicuity.Beacon Lights of History, Volume I | John Lord
The picture of the stage coach era herein drawn may be lacking in vigor and perspicuity of style, but it contains no exaggeration.The Old Pike | Thomas B. Searight
By the side of him trotted two poodles, whose close-cropped skins showed out with remarkable perspicuity.Animal Ghosts | Elliott O'Donnell
Writers of our own time who have never gone in for a course of logic rarely condescend to complete perspicuity.
It is written without prejudice, with considerable perspicuity, and with unquestionable sincerity.Byron | Richard Edgcumbe
British Dictionary definitions for perspicuity
the quality of being perspicuous
acute perception; perspicacity
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