- The air at the top of a mountain on a clear day is an example of clarity.
- Easy to follow directions are an example of clarity.
Origin of clarityMiddle English clarite ; from Old French clarte ; from Classical Latin claritas ; from clarus, clear
- Clearness of appearance: the clarity of the mountain air.
- Clearness of thought or style; lucidity: writes with clarity and perception.
Origin of clarityMiddle English clarite, brightness, from Latin cl&amacron;rit&amacron;s, clearness, from cl&amacron;rus, clear; see clear.
(usually uncountable, plural clarities)
Middle English claritee, from Old French clarté, from Latin claritas, from clarus (“clear”).