having clear or sharp eyesight.
having or marked by keen perception or sound judgment:
a clear-sighted, analytical approach.
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involving accurate perception or judgment: a clear-sighted compromise
having clear vision
- Clear someone
clerestory. Architecture. a portion of an interior rising above adjacent rooftops and having windows admitting daylight to the interior. a raised construction, as on the roof of a railroad car, having windows or slits for admitting light or air. Historical Examples How France Built Her Cathedrals Elizabeth Boyle O’Reilly Bell’s Cathedrals: The Churches of Coventry […]
- Clear text
plaintext. the intelligible original message of a cryptogram, as opposed to the coded or enciphered version.
- Clearwater mountains
a group of mountains in N Idaho.