Limpid definition

lĭmpĭd
Characterized by transparent clearness; pellucid.
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Free from clouds or haze.

A limpid sky.

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Easily intelligible; clear.

Writes in a limpid style.

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Easily or pleasantly heard; distinct.

Playing the violin with a limpid tone.

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The definition of limpid is very clear or simple.

An example of something limpid is a crystal clear lake.

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Flowing or moving gracefully.

Limpid movements of a dancer.

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Perfectly clear; transparent; not cloudy or turbid.

Limpid waters.

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Characterized by clarity and elegant simplicity.

Limpid prose.

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Origin of limpid

  • Latin limpidus

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Latin limpidus.

    From Wiktionary