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Entry Word: clear
Function: adjective
Text: 1 easily seen through <the clear glass walls of the aquarium's giant ocean tank>
Synonyms limpid, liquid, lucent, pellucid, transparent
Related Words colorless, uncolored; lucid, translucent; crystal, crystalline, glassy, sparkling; bright, brilliant, effulgent, luminous
Near Antonyms foggy, hazy, misty, murky, smoky (also smokey)
Antonyms cloudy, nontransparent, opaque
2 not subject to misinterpretation or more than one interpretation <the meaning of her broad smile was clear to the whole class>
Synonyms apparent, broad, clear-cut, decided, distinct, evident, lucid, manifest, obvious, open-and-shut, palpable, patent, perspicuous, plain, transparent, unambiguous, unequivocal, unmistakable
Related Words comprehendible, comprehensible, decipherable, fathomable, graspable, intelligible, knowable, understandable; self-evident, self-explanatory; simple, uncomplicated; overt, undisguised; appreciable, perceptible, recognizable, sensible, tangible; discernible, noticeable, observable, visible
Near Antonyms incomprehensible, unfathomable, unintelligible, unknowable; imperceptible, inappreciable, insensible; delicate, subtle
Antonyms dark, enigmatic, indistinct, mysterious, obscure, unclear; ambiguous, equivocal
3 having or showing a mind free from doubt <I need to be absolutely clear about what you're saying> -- see CERTAIN 2
4 not stormy or cloudy <novice pilots can only fly on clear days> -- see FAIR 1
5 serving to put an end to all debate or questioning <the evidence is clear: he's innocent> -- see CONCLUSIVE 1
6 allowing passage without obstruction <flooding was widespread, and only some roads are clear so far> -- see OPEN 1
7 free from guilt or blame <slept with a clear conscience> -- see INNOCENT 2