• Transparent.
  • Easily understood, lucid.

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Example Sentences

“After spring cleaning, my windows were transpicuous and sparkling.”

“Your argument is well reasoned and transpicuous.”

“The modern design of the restaurant was complemented by transpicuous dining chairs.”

Word Origin

Latin, mid-17th century

Why this word?

“Transpicuous” means something is transparent, or can be seen through. It can be in a literal sense, as in a crystal-clear glass window, or it can be used in a more figurative sense — for example, when you’re trying to be transpicuous about your feelings for your new partner. Either way, it’s easy to see.

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