Cornelius Celsus, in the manner of the Skeptics, has written a good many tracts, which are not without elegance and perspicuity.
To proceed with order and perspicuity, we will go up the Missisippi from its mouth.
Written with a perspicuity seldom exemplified when dealing with economic science.Scotsman.
Nevil read on, distrustful of the perspicuity of his own ideas.
As a poet, Pringle is chiefly remarkable for elegance of versification, perspicuity of sentiment, and deep and generous feeling.
I will reduce it for you, in its simple elements, to the perspicuity of vision.
The Lapplandic, and, probably other languages, have the same elements of perspicuity.
"Yes, sir," replied Diego, amazed at the old gentleman's perspicuity.
Time showed that he granted a perspicuity and energy to the members of his council which Iyeyasu alone possessed.
The lady thought so too, and was delighted with her own perspicuity.