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Easy to understand
“The accompanying manual provides clear instructions on how to operate our new microwave.”
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Free from ambiguity
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“He made it clear to his mother that he did not like Brussels sprouts.”
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Very specific or precise
“You have been given one clear task to complete, so make it happen!”
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To be in certain in one's mind
“Let's be clear about what he meant before jumping to conclusions.”
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Transparent or unclouded
“The clear blue waters of the hidden lagoon were unblemished by human interference.”
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To stand out from being far superior to one's peers
“The Spurs were the clear champions after sweeping the Cavaliers in the 2006-2007 NBA Finals.”
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Free of cloud, mist, or rain
“The dark clouds had departed, and the day was now as clear as they had hoped.”
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Without defects or blemishes, including freckles or knots
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“She had a clear complexion from washing her face twice daily to remove impurities.”
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(of a sound or voice) Audibly distinct
“His voice was clear as he sat on the passenger side of his best friend's car trying to holler at her.”
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Open and unimpeded by
“In the early hours of the morning, the city's usually busy streets would be eerily clear.”
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Free of something undesirable
“My body is clear of toxins because I drink a glass of ginger juice every day which cleanses my system.”
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(of one's conscience) Free of guilt
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“I have a clear conscience because everything that I did was justified.”
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Complete or full
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“We will require two clear days' notice to be able to schedule an appointment.”
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Giving off or reflecting light
“As it heated, he held his hands close to the clear flame, and worked his knuckles loose.”
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Visibly noticeable
“We looked yonder, and it was clear that there was a cow happily grazing in the paddock.”
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Having the ability to perceive clearly
“He approached the issue with a clear and impartial mind.”
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(especially of a title) Free from any encumbrance or limitation that presents a question of fact or law
“I have a clear title to this property.”
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Of, characterized by, or consisting of (incontrovertible) facts
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Producing powerful feelings or strong, clear images in the mind
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Existing in fact and not merely as a possibility
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Not mixed or adulterated with any other substance or material
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Of or according to the rules of logic or formal argument
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Smooth, clear, and shiny, like glass
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Pronounced without any jar or harshness
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Marked by conspicuously full and rich sounds or tones
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Marked by the use of few words to convey much information or meaning
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(of sound) Clear and vibrant, typically high-pitched
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Not likely to harm or injure
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Simple, not complicated, basic
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Vigorously keen or severe in expression or style
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Pleasant and satisfactory
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Capable of being traveled on
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(of sound or color) Free from anything that dulls or dims
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Serving to resolve or settle something
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Made easy
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In an auditorium or sports venue, the line of side-by-side seats closest to the stage, playing field, or other location where the activity of interest is occurring
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In the clear
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Without clutter
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Free from an obligation or liability imposed on others
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Not closed or fastened
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Confident or self-assured
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Having or using the style or diction of prose as opposed to poetry
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(of an amount, value, or price) Remaining after the deduction of tax or other contributions
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Of facial complexion, smooth, with attractive yellow-pink coloring
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Of the senses or sensation
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Free from physical restraint or confinement
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Having normal visual acuity
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Without harm or punishment
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Empty of meaning or value
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Bright and colorless, due to the reflection of all visible rays of light
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Marked by levels that are neither too high nor too low
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Lacking a usual or natural covering
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Tranquil in nature
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Offering or producing the greatest advantage
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(of the weather) To become brighter
“The gloomy skies should clear tomorrow, and the sun will shine upon us again.”
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To gradually go away or disappear
“Your cold and stuffy nose should clear after a few days of rest.”
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To remove unwanted items from
“Please ask the waiter to clear these dishes from our table as we have finished our meal.”
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To rid an area of obstructions
“The early settlers would clear the land for farming.”
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To empty a given space
“At the end of your lease, you must clear the apartment of all of your personal belongings before you leave.”
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To cause people to leave a building or place
“We will be having an emergency drill later today, and everyone will be required to clear the building.”
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To pay off one's debts
“I sold my precious car to help clear a significant portion of my credit card debt.”
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To physically get or pass over something
“Sage would clear the hurdles with ease on her way to winning the race over 400 meters.”
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To remove from suspicion
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“We have some new evidence that will clear the suspect of any wrongdoing.”
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To provide authorization or clearance to
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“On your first day of employment, management will clear your access to our top-secret laboratories.”
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To earn a profit of
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“At its peak, his business would clear hundreds of thousands of dollars in profit annually.”
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To remove impurities from