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free of clouds, mist, or haze: an obvious day.
maybe not obscured or darkened; bright: clear daylight; a definite yellow.
Effortlessly seen through; clear: pure water.
without flaw, blemish, or impurity: a definite, perfect diamond; a clear record with the authorities.
without impediment, obstruction, or hindrance; open: a definite view; a clear way to triumph.
simple or evident into head; unmistakable: a clear instance of infidelity.
Effortlessly perceptible to your eye or ear; distinct.
discriminating or perceiving quickly; keen: a definite brain.
Free from doubt or confusion; certain.
without certification or limitation; absolute: a clear winner.
clear of shame; untroubled: a clear conscience.
Having been freed from contact, distance, or connection: At last we had been free from the chance. The ship was away from the reef.
clear of fees or deductions; net: a clear revenue.
Completely transparent in colour
vibrant, perhaps not dark or obscured.
free from obstacles.
without ambiguity or doubt.
distinct, razor-sharp, well-marked.
free from guilt, or suspicion.
of this sky, so that significantly less than one eighth of their location is obscured by clouds.
Without a thickening ingredient.
having minimal perceptible stimuli
free of the impact of engrams; see obvious (Scientology).
without opaqueness; clear; brilliant; light; luminous; unclouded.
without ambiguity or indistinctness; lucid; perspicuous; simple; obvious; manifest; indubitable.
capable view demonstrably; keen; intense; penetrating; discriminating.
maybe not clouded with passion; serene; cheerful.
quickly or distinctly heard; audible; canorous.
Without blend; totally pure.
Without problem or blemish, eg freckles or knots.
without guilt or stain; unblemished.
Without diminution; completely; web.
clear of obstacle or obstruction; unobstructed.
without shame; detention, etc.
accurately reported or described
clear of charges or deductions
free from clouds or mist or haze
free from confusion or doubt
free from contact or distance or connection
described as freedom from troubling thoughts (especially guilt)
clear and distinct towards the senses; quickly perceptible
(especially of a title) free of any encumbrance or restriction that shows a question of-fact or legislation
clear of flaw or blemish or impurity
free of restrictions or qualifications
(of noise or color) free from something that dulls or dims
free of any question of guilt
affording no-cost passage or view
described as ease and quickness in perceiving
readily obvious towards brain
allowing light to feed
Distinctly; clearly: talked loud and clear.
straightened out; completely away: endured clear of the doors.
Informal right; entirely: slept clear through the night; read the book obvious into end.
Not near something or pressing it.
no-cost (or individual) from other people
In a clear manner; plainly.
Without limitation; completely; quite; completely.
in an easily perceptible way
To make light, obvious, or bright.
To rid of impurities, blemishes, muddiness, or foreign matter.
To free from confusion, question, or ambiguity; make ordinary or intelligible: cleared up issue of duty.
To eliminate objects or obstructions: obvious the table; clear the trail of dirt.
In order to make (a means or clearing) by removing obstructions: clear a path through jungle.
To remove (objects or obstructions): clear the bathroom; clear snow from the roadway.
To remove the occupants of: obvious the movie theater.
To remove (men and women): clear the kids from the room.
Sports to go or capture (a ball or puck) away from the objective or out of the defensive zone.
Sports To clear a puck away from (the defensive zone), such as ice hockey.
Computer Science To rid (a memory area or buffer, for instance) of instructions or data.
Computer Science To remove (instructions or information) from memory.
To free of a legal charge or imputation of shame; acquit: cleared the suspect of the murder fee.
to pass through by, under, or over without contact: The watercraft eliminated the dock.
to stay (a debt).
to achieve (confirmed quantity) as web revenue or earnings.
To pass (a bill of exchange, eg a check) through a clearing-house.
To secure the endorsement of: The bill eliminated the Senate.
To authorize or approve: cleared the material for publication.
To free (a ship or cargo) from appropriate detention at a harbor by satisfying customs and harbor demands.
to provide clearance or consent to: cleared the jet to land.
To release (the throat) of phlegm through a rasping noise.
To make brilliant, clear, or undimmed; to free from clouds.
To free of impurities; to make clear; to clean.
To clear of obscurity or ambiguity; to relive of perplexity; in order to make perspicuous.
To render much more quick or acute, as comprehension; which will make perspicacious.
To clear of obstacle or incumbrance, from defilement, or from something injurious, worthless, or offensive; ; -- often used in combination with of, off, away, or away.
To without the imputation of shame; to justify, vindicate, or acquit; -- usually used in combination with off prior to the thing imputed.
To jump or pass-by, or over, without touching or failure.
To gain without deduction; to net.
To become obvious: The sky eliminated.
going away; disappear: The fog eliminated.
to switch inspections and expenses or settle reports through a clearing-house.
to feed the banking system and be debited and credited toward appropriate accounts: The check eliminated.
To comply with customs and harbor requirements in discharging a cargo or in making or entering a port.
In order to become clear of clouds or fog; to become reasonable; -- of this weather condition; -- usually followed closely by up, down, or away.
In order to become without turbidity; -- of solutions or suspensions of fluids.
To disengage a person's self from incumbrances, distress, or entanglements; in order to become no-cost.
which will make exchanges of inspections and bills, and settle balances, as it is done in a clearing household.
to get a clearance.
Full extent; distance between extreme limits; specifically; the length involving the closest areas of two-bodies, or even the room between walls.
In carp., arch., etc., unobstructed area; area between two bodies in which no third human body intervenes; unbroken or uninterrupted area: used only within the expression inside clear: since, it steps fifty legs within the clear.
That which is clarified; clarified liquor or other matter.
In botany, an open room.
an obvious or unobstructed area or expanse of land or water
their state to be without suspicion
clean out Informal To leave a place, typically quickly.
obvious the atmosphere To dispel variations or psychological tensions.
within the clear Free from burdens or perils.
in the clear Not susceptible to suspicion or accusations of shame: the data showed that the suspect was in the clear.
to eliminate obstructions or impediments.
obstructions tend to be removed.
To eliminate ambiguity or doubt from a matter; to simplify; particularly, to clear-up.
to eliminate from suspicion; specially of getting dedicated a crime
to pass through without interference; to miss.
to be obvious.
Of a check or financial transaction, to go through as payment; to be processed so that the money is transferred.
to make a revenue of; to net.
to have authorization to make use of (a sample of copyrighted audio) in another track.
to protect by hitting (or kicking, tossing, going etc.) the basketball (or puck) through the protecting objective.
to fell all woods of a forest.
be debited and credited toward correct lender accounts
clear of repayment of traditions obligations, at the time of a shipment
go by, over, or under without making contact
make as a net revenue
subside or disappear
make an easy method or course by detatching items
remove the occupants of
make clear, bright, light, or translucent
reduce guidelines or information
earn on some commercial or company deal; earn as salary or earnings
no-cost (the neck) through a rasping noise
make without confusion or ambiguity; make clear
eliminate (men and women) from a building
obvious from impurities, imperfections, pollution, etc.
give consent or approval for
yield as a net profit
pronounce simple of criminal fees
settle, by a debt
get unchallenged; be approved
pass an inspection or receive agreement
free of darkness or opacity; bright; brilliant; luminous; unclouded; perhaps not obscured.
Bright-colored; gay; showy; magnificent.
Free from whatever would impair transparency or purity of shade; pellucid; clear: as, uncontaminated water; an obvious complexion.
In glass-working, without etching, depolish, or something which could dull the surface. Objects partly depolished are considered half-clear.
perhaps not perplexed or dull; quick and precise doing his thing, since the brain or its traits; acute, due to the fact senses: as, an obvious mind; a clear mind.
Manifest into the mind; comprehensible; well defined or apprehended.
Obvious into senses; distinctly and simply perceptible.
without whatever perturbs; undisturbed by treatment or passion; unruffled; serene; relaxed.
without guilt or fault; morally unblemished; irreproachable; pure.
clear of anything objectionable, especially from entanglement or shame; without accusation or imputation, stress, imprisonment, or perhaps the love: absolute or followed closely by of or from.
clear of obstacle or obstruction; unobstructed: as, a definite view.
Sounding distinctly; plainly audible; canorous: since, his vocals was noisy and obvious.
Without diminution or deduction; absolute; net: as, clear profit or gain.
Without admixture, adulteration, or dilution: because, a fabric of clear silk; clear brandy; obvious beverage.
free of defect or blemish: as, obvious lumber.
Free from doubt; psychologically certain; clearly convinced; sure: because, i'm perfectly obvious thereon point.
Sole; unaided; unaccompanied.
demonstrably; clearly; perhaps not obscurely; manifestly.
Quite; entirely; wholly; clean: as, to cut a bit clear down; he climbed obvious toward top.
to eliminate whatever diminishes brightness, transparency, or purity of color from: as, to obvious liquors; to clear a mirror; to clear the sky.
which will make obvious on head; clear of obscurity, perplexity, or ambiguity; describe; resolve; show: now usually accompanied by up, or by from or of prior to the thing removed: since, to clear up an incident; to clear a theory from doubt; to clear a statement of complicated details.
To free of obstructions; clear of any obstacle or encumbrance, or from anything useless, noxious, or damaging: as, to clear just how; to clear the dining table; to clear the ocean of pirates; to obvious land of trees; to clear the vocals.
To without foreign or extraneous matter; pull such a thing from that impairs purity or homogeneity.
To Eliminate (a thing that has ceased to-be wanted, or perhaps is of the nature of an encumbrance, obstacle, or obstruction): with off, away, etc.: as, to clear down debts; to eliminate the débris.
To release; liberate or disengage; rid: definitely or with of or from: as, to clear an individual's self from financial obligation or responsibility.
To justify or vindicate; prove or declare to be innocent; acquit.
In order to make gain or revenue toward level of, beyond all expenditures and costs; net.
To leap clean over, or go by without touching; get over or past: as, to clear a hedge or ditch; to clear a rock at water by a few yards.
Nautical and com., to clear of legal detention, as brought in goods or a ship, by paying obligations or dues and procuring and providing the requisite papers: since, to clear a cargo; to clear a ship on custom-house.
To become clear of whatever diminishes brightness or transparency, whilst the sky from clouds or fog; become fair: absolutely or with up or off.
to pass through away or vanish, as from sky: followed closely by down or away: as, the mist clears off or away.
3. Become disengaged from encumbrances, distress, or entanglements; become no-cost or disengaged. to change checks and expenses, and settle balances, as it is carried out in clearing-houses. See clearing-house.
Nautical, to leave a port: often followed closely by out or outward: since, a few vessels cleared yesterday; the ship will drive out or outward the next day.
In order to make space; subside.
In bookbinding, to get rid of the waste-paper and pare along the superfluous leather within a book-cover, preparatory to pasting ultimately documents.
identify def. 5, above.
See def. 1, above.