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From Middle English claritee, borrowed from Old French clarté, from Latin clāritās, from clārus (clear).

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clarity (countable and uncountable, plural clarities)

  1. The state or measure of being clear, either in appearance, thought or style; lucidity.
    She dreamed, with great clarity, that she had been seen her own death.
    Lack of clarity on the part of the teacher will cause confusion among the students.
    Synonyms: clearness, obviousness, transparency
    Antonym: confusion

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