Clear synonyms Category: Part of speech:
Clearly apparent to the sight or understanding; obvious.
The definition of pellucid is clear, simple or easy to understand.
Marked by little or no ornamentation or decoration:
The definition of resonant is a deep color that emphasizes contrast with other colors, or a deep sound that seems to continue to ring, or something that evokes a memory or emotions.
Easily perceived or understood; apparent.
Smooth is defined as to get rid of wrinkles, lumps or ridges in something.
Not dense or concentrated; sparse:
Not subject to a given condition; exempt:
To straighten out (anything tangled, confused, etc.); unravel; untangle To remove; to eject; to void; to discharge, as the contents of a vessel, or of the bowels.
Having constituent elements separated by a space in writing or printing:
Light in color, especially blond:
To make plain, manifest, or intelligible; to clear of obscurity; to illustrate the meaning of.
To free, as from an obligation or duty; exempt:
Giving off light; luminous.
find guilty (antonym)
liberate; free from uncertainty (Euphemistic) Containing material (e.g. language or film footage) that might be deemed offensive or graphic. (Idiomatic) Visually clear, a sharp image, high acuity. (Figuratively, of a person or a person's mood) Cheerful. Without sin; never having sinned.
(Gram.) Limiting or specifying; referring to a specific or previously identified person, thing, etc. Unique, such that it cannot be mistaken for something else.
Containing nothing inappropriate or extraneous:
The definition of translucent is allowing light to pass through but not showing the distinct images on the other side.
The definition of crystal is clear or see through.
Clearly defined; unquestionable:
(Informal) Attractive or stylish:
Having no knowledge or experience
To lighten the pressure, stress, weight, etc. on (something)
To clear of confusion or uncertainty:
Rid is defined as to free or clear of something. To remove the load or cargo from (a vehicle, etc.).
To remove the contents of (a suitcase, for example). In criminal law, to clear a person, to release or set him free, or to discharge him from an accusation of committing a criminal offense after a judicial finding that he is not guilty of the crime or after the court or prosecution determines that the case should not continue after the criminal trial has started. See also autrefois acquit and double jeopardy. To discard, set aside, especially something abstract (a thought, feeling, etc.).
To remove the contents of:
(Sports) To receive a pass or a kicked ball, for example.
Expressing oneself easily in clear and effective language:
Richly melodious; tuneful:
The definition of cogent is something that is convincing or believable.
Readily comprehended or understood; intelligible. That can be deciphered, understood or comprehended.
The definition of decisive is having the ability to make decisions or something that determines what comes next.
Capable of being demonstrated or proved:
The definition of diaphanous is very fine or gauzy texture which makes something see-through or almost see-through.
Easily perceived or understood; obvious.
Of or relating to the outside; external.
Explanatory; serving to explain logically or in detail.
Rapid and having few or no stops or interruptions:
Of or relating to the graphic arts:
Clear to the mind; readily understood
Emitting light, especially in the dark; shining.
The definition of net is the amount left over after certain adjustments have been made.
Acceptable for general circulation:
Open to examination by the public
Having or showing keen intelligence, perception, or judgment
Impressive in style of speech: (Of a system or organization) Open, public; having the property that theories and practices are publicly visible, thereby reducing the chance of corruption.
Transparent; esp., easily understood
Keen; penetrating; incisive
Having or exhibiting no ambiguity or uncertainty; clear.
Free from other elements; pure:
With no exception or qualification; unexceptionable
The quality or condition of being clear; clearness The act of opening, unfolding, or explaining; explanation; exposition; interpretation.
The state of being in a lucid dream
The quality of being perspicuous; clearness and lucidity:
(Linguistics) The degree to which a speech sound is like a vowel. Plosives have the least sonority and vowels have the most.
The quality or state of being transparent To make bright or brighter in color
To remove the ambiguity from (an ambiguous utterance or form)
To free of a debt, claim, obligation, responsibility, accusation, etc.; to absolve; to acquit; to clear.
To free or detach oneself; withdraw.
To cause to attenuate and disappear:
To explain or clarify something:
To remove (recorded material) from a magnetic tape or other storage medium:
To clear of guilt or blame.
Exonerate is defined as to relieve someone of a duty, or prove innocent.
To acquire wealth or profit Present participle of . glare
To bring out the meaning of; esp., to give one's own conception of (a work of art), as in performance or criticism
To become less in weight.
Purify means to make something clean or free from impurities.
To set free from confinement or bondage:
To establish in business, office, work, marriage, etc.
To discuss or argue with subtle distinctions
unconfused Simple past tense and past participle of unconfuse
To clear from criticism, blame, guilt, suspicion, etc.; uphold by evidence or argument
Made inferior, impure, etc. by adulterating
Not clear; indefinite; vague
Having hidden meaning; mystifying.
Not clearly predictable; uncertain; unsure
Characterized by a mixture of opposing elements and therefore questionable or uncertain:
Not audible; that cannot be heard or be distinctly heard
That cannot be deciphered; illegible
Difficult or impossible to explain or account for.
Not explicit; vague; indefinite; general
Deficient in light; dark:
Full of sediment; muddy or cloudy.
Confused; perplexed; muddled
The definition of unintelligible is cannot be understood.
Not sharp, certain, or precise in thought, feeling, or expression
Not bright, vivid, or shiny:
The definition of fuzzy is something covered in soft fibers, or something that is not clear.
The definition of dim is not bright, somewhat dark or unclear.
Full of or dark with shadow:
The definition of gloomy is dark, depressing or dim.
Required to render account; answerable:
Of or relating to a closed universe. Affected by a psychological block
Not seen, heard, or perceived clearly; faint; dim; obscure
Clutter is defined as to make things disorganized.
To sentence is defined as to give someone a punishment.
The definition of condemn is to state that someone or something is wrong or evil or to sentence to punishment.
To propel with a stroke or blow:
That can be seen through; more or less transparent or translucent
Being entirely without flaw or imperfection.
Not ambiguous; clear and obvious:
Worth noticing; significant
(Archaic) Deserving or worthy of note; noteworthy:
Unmistakable or conspicuous
(Linguistics) Pronounced with the tongue placed low and flat and with the oral cavity wide open, like the a in father.
Without doubt or question; definite:
Being without exception or qualification; absolute:
Intended for, applying to, or acting on a particular thing:
Bare is defined as a lack of clothing or refers to something that is empty of its usual contents.
Containing no information; unrecorded or erased:
The definition of vacuous is empty or not intelligent.
Also used with up: brighten
To become brighter or fairer.
Also used with up: clarify
To make clear or clearer.
To enlighten intellectually or spiritually; enable to understand:
Also used with up: clean
To make or keep (an area) clean and orderly.
To put into order; make neat.
Police means to enforce the rules, or to enforce law and order.
(Usually with up)) To make oneself spruce (neat and elegant in appearance).
Straighten is to make something orderly or unwavy.
To make things clean or orderly:
To straighten out (something puzzling or complicated); clarify or resolve.
clean out To clean, especially to tidy by removing the contents.
To free of a burden or trouble:
To free from something bothersome or encumbering; relieve.
To relieve of a burden; free from a hindrance or annoyance To lose someone who is tracking you
To free from or relieve of a burden or trouble:
To abrogate, annul, cancel, eliminate, put an end to, recall, repeal, or revoke, especially things of a seemingly permanent nature, such as customs, institutions, and usages. (Archaic) To treat as worthless, to vilify.
To eradicate is defined as to completely destroy or wipe something out.
Exterminate is defined as to destroy completely, or kill.
To destroy or remove completely; exterminate; abolish
To do away with as if by effacing; destroy
To give audible encouragement or applause to a contestant or team; cheer. (Criminal slang) To kill.
To remove or force from home or native land (Medicine) To operate on (somebody) as a cathartic, or in a similar manner.
To jump over (a barrier), as in a race
To climb up and across (a height, obstacle, etc.)
(Intransitive) To discharge, as a debt or other obligation, by giving or doing what is due or required.
To satisfy is defined as to fulfill a need, desire or requirement.
To bring into balance; settle:
To earn money, not including expenses. (Business, finance) To convert any kind of property into money, especially property representing investments, as shares, bonds, etc.
To do or give (an equivalent) in return To report, or bring back and make known.
To furnish as return for effort or investment; be productive of:
(Intransitive) To continue.
A deep hole or shaft sunk into the Earth to tap a liquid or gaseous substance such as water, oil, gas, or brine. If the substance is not under sufficient pressure to flow freely from the well, it must be pumped or raised mechanically to the surface. Water or pressurized gas is sometimes pumped into a nonproducing oil well to push petroleum resources out of underground reservoirs.
shed (or throw) light on (or upon)
Free from flaw, blemish, or impurity:
Free from what obscures or dims
Readily seen, perceived, or understood
The course or bearing of a structural surface, such as an inclined bed or a fault plane, as it intersects a horizontal plane.
Complete in every particular:
To give an order or orders; request that something be done or supplied.
To manage, tend, or have charge of:
To contribute in some way to.
(Informal, Dial.) To take legal action (against)
To make as income or profit
(Intransitive) To receive something willingly.
Clearly defined; sharply delimited, described, differentiated, etc.; distinct in outline, meaning, nature, etc.
Having the power of perceiving, especially perceiving keenly and readily.
With a clear, sharp edge or outline
(Dated) Easily influenced by trifling considerations; unsteady; unsettled; volatile.
in an easily perceptible manner (Chemistry, physics) to make something form into crystals
To give the light of fact and knowledge to; free from ignorance, prejudice, or superstition
To find or provide the correct or a satisfactory solution to (a problem)
To give permission for (something); sanction: (Chiefly British) Alternative spelling of . authorize
To put or place on the top of
To take in is to observe, absorb or learn something. (Literally) To pull something, so that comes inside.
(Slang) To dismiss (a person) from a job; discharge
(Intransitive) To become light, to brighten.
Bounce is defined as to spring back, jump or move suddenly.
Not defined clearly or distinctly:
The definition of translucid, a variation of the word translucent, is letting light pass through but diffusing it as it passes. Simple past tense and past participle of convince Synonym Study
suggests the sparkling clearness of crystal a slab of pellucid ice, pellucid writing
implies the admission of light, but so diffused that objects on the other side cannot be clearly distinguished stained glass is translucent
suggests such clearness that objects on the other side (or by extension, meanings, etc.) may be seen distinctly plate glass is transparent, a transparent lie
suggests freedom from cloudiness, haziness, muddiness, etc., either literally or figuratively a clear liquid, clear logic
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