(?), a. [L. luculentus, from lux, lucis, light.] 1. Lucid; clear; transparent. Thomson.
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2. Clear; evident; luminous. " Most luculent testimonies." Hooker.
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3. Bright; shining in beauty. [Obs.]
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Most debonair and luculent lady.
B. Jonson.
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