It was like the sweeping shadow of a flying wing, and left only the limpidity of sweetest, most candid acquiescence.
Her expression, her voice, her lack of sophistication, all had the limpidity of water.
You admire the limpidity of his thought, the purity of his enunciation, and your own knowledge of a tongue so recently acquired.
He surpasses his master, nevertheless, in energy and limpidity of composition.
The limpidity of the diction is even more striking than its beauty.
The beauty of their form consists in its limpidity and naturalness.
There was a clarity and limpidity about her trills and runs which surprised and delighted.
The wines lose their limpidity; they become flat and insipid and viscous, like oil when poured out.
It is so pure, so immaterial, one would say that two ideas joined in the limpidity of ineluctable thought.
He enjoyed the limpidity and the irony, but the sustained roll of Gibbon's antitheses vexed him a little.
1650s, from French limpidité or directly from Late Latin limpiditatem (nominative limpiditas) "clarity," from Latin limpidus (see limpid).