lucid definition

  • adjective:
    • Easily grasped; intelligible.
    • Mentally sound; sane or logical.
    • clear or clear. See Synonyms at obvious.
    • clear; quickly understood
    • psychologically rational; sane
    • bright, luminous, clear or transparent
    • Shining; bright; resplendent.
    • Clear; clear.
    • Presenting an obvious view; effortlessly grasped; obvious.
    • vibrant using radiance of intellect; not darkened or confused by delirium or insanity; marked because of the regular businesses of explanation.
    • (of language) transparently obvious; effortlessly understandable
    • having a definite brain
    • transmitting light; able to be seen through with clarity
    • capable of thinking and expressing your self in an obvious and consistent way
  • noun:
    • A lucid fantasy.
  • others:
    • Emitting light; shining; bright; resplendent: since, the lucid orbs of heaven.
    • Transmitting or showing light; clear; transparent; pellucid: as, a lucid flow.
    • Marked by intellectual clearness or brightness; free from obscurity or confusion of idea, or, specifically, from delirium; clear-headed; sane: since, a lucid mind; lucid perceptions; lucid intervals in insanity.
    • Presenting a clear view; quickly grasped; distinct: since, a lucid purchase or arrangement; a lucid design of writing.
    • In entomology
    • Smooth and incredibly shining; showing light like polished steel.
    • Giv ing light; phosphorescent; luciferous.
    • In botany, having a shining area

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