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King James Dictionary

Clearness

CLEARNESS, n.

1. Freedom from foul or extraneous matter; purity; as the clearness of water, or other liquor.
2. Freedom from obstruction or incumbrance; as the clearness of the ground.
3. Freedom from fogs or clouds; openness; as the clearness of the sky. It generally expresses less than brightness or splendor. Ex. 24.
4. Distinctness; perspicuity; luminousness; as the clearness of reason, of views, of arguments, of explanations.
5. Plainness, or plain dealing; sincerity; honesty; fairness; candor.
6. Freedom from imputation of ill.
7. Freedom from spots, or any thing that disfigures; as the clearness of the skin.

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