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How to use perspicuity in a sentence

Looking for sentences and phrases with the word perspicuity? Here are some examples.

Sentence Examples
Memory depends very much on the perspicuity, regularity, and order of our thoughts.
We believe in the authority, sufficiency, inspiration, perspicuity, inerrancy and providential preservation of the Scriptures.
My reply is that the increase in risk of error in accepting the conjunction is negligible and the gain in perspicuity in accepting the conjunction is considerable.
But before Japanese bosses celebrate, they may want to consider that this golden opportunity is hardly the result of business perspicuity.
Pope Adrian I, who encouraged Western recognition of the iconodulic Council of Nicaea, also referred to the perspicuity of the icons.
When she was 12 she had the perspicuity to realise that she needed a memorable stage name, and she took it from the River Trent.
The Pope and Archbishop of Canterbury are taking on contemporary capitalism with perspicuity and passion.
Whether through the first officer's want of perspicuity or my own stupidity, I was not a bit the wiser for the explanation.
Thompson, a high school dropout, said with rare perspicuity that he doubted the FBI would hire him.
It must have been on some such day of harsh sunlight, the incisive February brightness that gives perspicuity without warmth.
No more deaths to mourn, but instead, lives to enliven, support and encourage, so that, through persistence and perspicuity, we can win through words that which bloodshed might not have accomplished.
I was much struck with a communication, which, in lack of perspicuity as well as pomp of language it would puzzle our cisatlantic writers to exceed.
Examples from Classical Literature
But having once given them, perspicuity requires that he should adhere to them.
To proceed with order and perspicuity, we will go up the Missisippi from its mouth.
New characters are daily constructed, in which convenience, rather than perspicuity, has been consulted.
This was a loss, both in the way of theoretical correctness and perspicuity.
I will reduce it for you, in its simple elements, to the perspicuity of vision.
Hence he reflected the virtues of neoclassic perspicuity and correctness.
The lady thought so too, and was delighted with her own perspicuity.
It is known by its perspicuity of speech and singleness of purpose.
Nevil read on, distrustful of the perspicuity of his own ideas.
During the Beida Period, the leading intellectuals at Beijing University brought folklore from obscurity to perspicuity.
This he did with infinite talent and with a perspicuity beyond all praise.
Joe recited this couplet with such manifest pride and careful perspicuity, that I asked him if he had made it himself.
These are examined with perspicuity and panache and are fruitfully compared to fifteenth century Antwerp, Ottoman Istanbul, Kafka's Prague, and UN-monitored Nicosia.
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