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crystal-clear

[kris-tl-kleer] /ˈkrɪs tlˈklɪər/
adjective
1.
absolutely clear; transparent; lucid.
Origin
1510-1520
1510-20
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  • It was hopelessly vague, not crystal-clear-and that was one of the reasons school desegregation took so long.
  • Accidentally swallowed wedding rings are easy to retrieve from crystal-clear debris chamber.
  • The thin, crystal-clear film provides durable, scratch-resistant protection while maintaining touch-screen functionality.
  • The omni-directional subwoofer, meanwhile, pumps out crystal-clear low-end base.
  • Wonderfully carved rocks and crystal-clear water form the character of the canyon.
  • Jump right off your raft or pull over to swim in a crystal-clear side creek.
  • The firm counters that although it has multiple roles, they have been made crystal-clear.
  • This, he says, is why the bay's once crystal-clear waters often resemble a pea soup.
  • The reverb might be less than crystal-clear tonight, but that doesn't stop the high emotion from bouncing back.
  • Romantic even, when the sun's going down over one of its many crystal-clear sandy coves.

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