Limpid

Lim"pid

(lm"pd), a. [L. limpidus; akin to Gr. la`mpein to shine: cf. F. limpide. Cf. Lamp.] 1. Characterized by clearness or transparency; clear; as, a limpid stream.
[1913 Webster]

Springs which were clear, fresh, and limpid.
Woodward.

2. Clear and unambiguous; lucid; easy to understand; -- of speech and writing; as, limpid prose.
[PJC]

3. Calm, untroubled, and without worry; serene.
[PJC]

Syn. -- Clear; transparent; pellucid; lucid; pure; crystal; translucent; bright.
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