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  • adjective superlative form of clear: most clear. Most clear.


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  • He described to me what he called the clearest case of talent he had ever worked with.

    Our Strange World 2010

  • You as the viewer, fill in the blanks, and what comes through clearest is how much these two creatures depend on one another and protect one another.

    Poll Results! SVGL 2009

  • Of all the answers assembled by Watson, the clearest comes from the American philosopher John Dewey in 1915, who summed up German civilisation as a "self-conscious idealism with unsurpassed technical efficiency and organisation".

    The German Genius: Europe's Third Renaissance, the Second Scientific Revolution and the Twentieth Century by Peter Watson – review James Buchan 2010

  • For all the yelling, what comes through loudest and clearest is the respect and love all Holmgren's players have for him.

    Seahawks loss may have been Holmgren's finale 2008

  • UPDATE: Jay Rosen sent me a message via Twitter saying that it was the comment he was referring to as his clearest explanation and not the original link.

    Strange Attractor » 2008 » December 2009

  • A new Danish study just released in the past hour provides what some are calling the clearest evidence yet that cell phones do not cause cancer.

    CNN Transcript Dec 5, 2006 2006

  • He is getting a second wave of momentum by the antipathy of Democrats toward the policy in Iraq and him being identified as the clearest opponent of that.

    CNN Transcript Aug 27, 2003 2003

  • The ideas that are the simplest and the clearest are the most difficult to understand.

    A Raw Youth 2003

  • Among the lessons to be drawn from Tsushima, one of the clearest is the weakening effect of divided purpose.

    A History of Sea Power William Oliver Stevens 1916

  • Professor Breasted calls the clearest and most rational account of a military expedition which has survived from ancient Egypt (Hist. of the Anc. Egyptians, 370); (3) the great Papyrus Harris, a huge roll one hundred and thirty feet long, the longest document from the Early

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 5: Diocese-Fathers of Mercy 1840-1916 1913


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