- The air at the top of a mountain on a clear day is an example of clarity.
- Easy to follow directions are an example of clarity.
The definition of clarity is the quality or condition of being clear or easy to understand.
the quality or condition of being clear; clearness
Origin of clarityMiddle English clarite ; from Old French clarte ; from Classical Latin claritas ; from clarus, clear
- Clearness of appearance: the clarity of the mountain air.
- Clearness of thought or style; lucidity: writes with clarity and perception.
Origin of clarityMiddle English clarite, brightness, from Latin cl&amacron;rit&amacron;s, clearness, from cl&amacron;rus, clear; see clear.
(usually uncountable, plural clarities)
Middle English claritee, from Old French clarté, from Latin claritas, from clarus (“clear”).