Despite the beautiful, limpid looks, and melodious voice, Fraser has always possessed a steely determination to do things her way.
As he looked into her limpid, trustful eyes, he felt he had been a weak fool.
I believed in visions––in the deep, limpid, mysterious springs of conduct.
Its style is usually as limpid as the camp-brooks by which much of it was written.
From it came the sound of a voice, limpid, clear, which Lennox knew and knew too was not Margaret's.
This solution thus formed is limpid at first, but will gradually become thicker, and should be used soon after mixing.
He is lacking in the limpid clarity of sheer light-heartedness.
But here it was but one of many, for every hollow had its limpid stream slipping out of sight among the tall grasses.
limpid: clear and transparent: applied to wings and ornamentation.
They are our memories playing in our thoughts that are calm and stilled and limpid, like the trustful and restful water.