For the first time in almost 25 years, he began to have a sense of clarity about what had happened.
This requires caution until there is clarity, a posture more evident on the policy front than the political campaign.
His clarity of conviction prompts him to praise Flaubert, Henry James, and Joyce, though the praise is qualified.
By stringing them together, experts believe they will achieve insight and clarity.
The clarity Act is widely considered to be too vague, and possibly not all that constitutionally-strong.
It would trouble you to find many such passages in the other book, which is, moreover, not distinguished for clarity.
No dampness or phosphorus impaired the clarity of its walls.
How can a woman be lovelier than when most womanly, or more precious than when she reflects her own weakness in clarity of soul?
"Oh, no," she answered, turning on him the clarity of her glance.
His pulse became quieter, and his brain increased in clarity.
c.1300, clarte "brightness," from Old French clarté "clarity, brightness," from Latin claritas "brightness, splendor," also, of sounds, "clearness;" figuratively "celebrity, renown, fame," from clarare "make clear," from clarus "clear" (see clear (adj.)). Modern form is early 15c., perhaps a reborrowing from Latin. Meaning "clearness" is from 1610s.