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Word of the Day 11/30/17 Lucid

Lucid (adjective)
(previously 03-18-13)

adjective
1. easily understood; completely intelligible or comprehensible: a lucid explanation.
2. characterized by clear perception or understanding; rational or sane: a lucid moment in his madness.
3. shining or bright.
4. clear; pellucid; transparent.

Synonyms
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1. plain, understandable, evident, obvious. 2. sound, reasonable. 3. radiant, luminous. 4. limpid.

Antonyms
1, 4. obscure. 2. irrational. 3. dim.

Origin: 1575-85; < Latin lūcidus, equivalent to lūc-, stem of lūx light + -idus -id

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