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Word of the Day 01/05/19 Luculent

Luculent (adjective)
luculent [loo-kyoo-luh nt]

1. clear or lucid: a luculent explanation.
2. convincing; cogent.

Related forms
lu·cu·lent·ly , adverb

Related Words for luculent
bright, comprehensible, definite, distinct, filmy, intelligible, lucid, obvious, pellucid, perspicuous, pure, thin, translucent, transparent, unambiguous, crystalline, see-through, crystal-clear, luculent, transpicuous

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Origin: 1375–1425; late Middle English < Latin lūculentus bright, equivalent to lūc- (stem of lūx ) light + -ulentus -ulent

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