What is another word for perspicuously?

Pronunciation: [pəspˈɪkjuːəsli] (IPA)

When it comes to synonyms for the word "perspicuously", there are several other options one can use to convey a clear and easily understood message. One such word is "clearly", which is often used to express an idea that is free from confusion or ambiguity. Another synonym is "distinctly", which emphasizes the idea of being easy to perceive or recognize. "Lucidly" is yet another option that can be used to describe an argument or explanation that is presented in a clear and rational way. Other synonyms for "perspicuously" include "readily", "plainly", and "obviously". All of these words can be useful when trying to communicate an idea or thought in a way that is easy for others to understand.

What are the hypernyms for Perspicuously?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Perspicuously

In which the immoderate, irregular, and unseasonable use thereof is reprehended, and the true nature and best manner of using it, perspicuously demonstrated."
"The Social History of Smoking"
G. L. Apperson
I saw several reviews of it, and I was amused to find that the critics perspicuously conjectured that because it was written in the first person it was probably autobiographical.
"The Silent Isle"
Arthur Christopher Benson
With much ease when nothing constrained him, he was gentle, affable, open, of facile and charming access; the tone of his voice was agreeable, and he had a surprisingly easy flow of words upon all subjects which nothing ever disturbed, and which never failed to surprise; his eloquence was natural and extended even to his most familiar discourse, while it equally entered into his observations upon the most abstract sciences, on which he talked most perspicuously; the affairs of government, politics, finance, justice, war, the court, ordinary conversation, the arts, and mechanics.
"The Memoirs of Louis XIV., Volume 10 And His Court and of The Regency"
Duc de Saint-Simon

Famous quotes with Perspicuously

  • He that is to govern a whole Nation, must read in himself, not this, or that particular man; but Mankind; which though it be hard to do, harder than to learn any Language, or Science; yet, when I shall have set down my own reading orderly, and perspicuously, the pains left another, will be only to consider, if he also find not the same in himself. For this kind of Doctrine, admitteth no other Demonstration.
    Thomas Hobbes

Related words: perspicuousness, perspicuous, perspicuously defined, perspicuity, perspicuously clear, perspicuous reasoning

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