What is the opposite of mysterious?

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Opposite of difficult or impossible to understand, explain, or identify
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“From the splintered wood and plasterboard it was clear that this section had been constructed long after the original building.”
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Opposite of having a meaning that is mysterious or obscure
“It very clearly displays the genius of a veteran professor obviously skilled in making the inscrutable scrutable to generations of Air Force Academy cadets.”
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Opposite of pertaining to spirituality or the occult
“The services used to be quite religious in nature, but now people have secular gatherings or incorporate religious ceremonies with secular practice.”
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Opposite of mysterious or difficult to understand
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Opposite of unusual or out of the ordinary
“His new car was just an ordinary, but practical, sedan.”
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Opposite of having an inclination to secrecy
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Opposite of deviating from what is considered normal
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Opposite of impossible to understand or interpret
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Opposite of difficult to comprehend or understand
“The player's menu system is straightforward to use, with a thumb-wheel to help you navigate tracks quickly.”
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Opposite of not recognized or identified
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Opposite of veiled or shrouded in mystery
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Opposite of still pending a conclusion or determination
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Opposite of not known or familiar
“A little known fact is that almost all of the riverfront on all sides of Manhattan is actually loose dirt.”
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Opposite of likely to be dishonorable or morally suspect
“By being honest and trustworthy, you are marketing yourself to prospective customers.”
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Opposite of marked by menacing furtive secrecy, often with a melodramatic tint or espionage involved
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Opposite of intellectually deep
Shallow conversations are generally built upon gossip and other trivia.”
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Opposite of lacking context or reason
“He was a thoughtful man whose comments were always relevant to the subject matter.”
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Opposite of shady or morally questionable
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