lim·pid / ˈlimpid/ • adj. (of a liquid) free of anything that darkens; completely clear. ∎ (of a person's eyes) unclouded; clear. ∎ (esp. of writing or music) clear and accessible or melodious: the limpid notes of a recorder.DERIVATIVES: lim·pid·i·ty / limˈpidətē/ n. lim·pid·ly adv.
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