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perspicuous +‎ -ly

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perspicuously (comparative more perspicuously, superlative most perspicuously)

  1. With clarity and lucidity.
    • 1905, Robert Louis Stevenson, The Art of Writing'
      Even the derangement of the phrases from their (so-called) natural order is luminous for the mind; and it is by the means of such designed reversal that the elements of a judgment may be most pertinently marshalled, or the stages of a complicated action most perspicuously bound into one.

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