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    1. He leaned forward and kissed the limpid skin of her neck gently, afraid that

    2. He leaned forward and kissed the limpid skin of her neck gently, afraid that he would break her into a thousand pieces if he exerted any force upon her frail form

    3. As he kissed his way back up her body, he watched the limpid pools of her hooded

    4. They swam again, this time in limpid water the colour of weak tea

    5. He eyed her for a long minute, then his limpid brown eyes went to Letty, laughing as Hank tossed her into the air and caught her

    6. limpid eyes were veiled by concern

    7. One morning, out of the blue, she hooked a hand behind Jacques’s head, drew him into the orbit of those limpid green eyes and whispered ‘I totally get you’

    8. Her only feature not disturbing or even shocking were the eyes, which shimmered as limpid pools of green, like the first sprouting of grass in an early spring meadow

    9. that limpid wave so calm

    10. Now they were just limpid milky pools of emptiness

    11. For a fortnight now he had sketched and sketched and splashed about with colour just as an excuse for staying on, in the desire to make love to Ingeborg, to refresh himself for a space at this unexpectedly limpid little spring

    12. Her face even now after the soul-rending time she had been having, in spite of the shadows beneath the eyes, the droop at the corners of the mouth, in spite, too, it must be said of the flagrantly cottage fashion in which Annalise had done her hair, seemed to the Prince so extremely beautiful, so absolutely the face of his dearest, best desires, so limpid, apart from all grace of colouring and happy circumstance of feature, with the light of a sweet and noble nature, so manifestly the outward expression of an indwelling lovely soul, that his eyes, after one glance round the room, fixed themselves upon it and never were able to leave it again

    13. The third room led to a back garden with a climbable tree and a view of distant mountains, covered with pine, and in between them when the atmosphere was limpid one could see a bluish, shimmering sea

    14. We achieved our togetherness on our Sunday midday meal in a classy restaurant, in sumptuous holidays around the world and the sun-soaked beaches and limpid seas during our summers on the island

    15. Farewell to the panorama that filled our hearts and souls with ineffable emotions; the moon that was waiting to see us off, still there in the broad daylight, the limpid atmosphere and bright blue sky and walked to take the path of the three thousand steps

    16. pointed silences, heavy steps with a hanging head, and a fear or loathing of the limpid

    17. “Does she not swim with the grace of a fish?” the man says as they watch the woman dive for mollusks in the limpid sea

    18. The limpid liquid within the young man,

    19. The limpid spread of air cerulean,

    20. It flowed noiselessly, swift, and cold to the eye; long, thin grasses huddled together in it as the current drove them, and spread themselves upon the limpid water like streaming hair; sometimes at the tip of the reeds or on the leaf of a water-lily an insect with fine legs crawled or rested

    21. A clear limpid spring which they discovered in a cool grove relieved Don Quixote and Sancho of the dust and fatigue due to the unpolite behaviour of the bulls, and by the side of this, having turned Dapple and Rocinante loose without headstall or bridle, the forlorn pair, master and man, seated themselves

    22. I will buy some ewes and everything else requisite for the pastoral calling; and, I under the name of the shepherd Quixotize and thou as the shepherd Panzino, we will roam the woods and groves and meadows singing songs here, lamenting in elegies there, drinking of the crystal waters of the springs or limpid brooks or flowing rivers

    23. The morning was of a lovely limpid gold colour

    24. Consequently, their gentle features, their sensitive expressions equal to those of the loveliest women, their soft, limpid eyes, their charming poses, led the ancients to glorify them by metamorphosing the males into sea gods and the females into mermaids

    25. To the north stretched the limpid, and, as it appeared from that dizzy height, the narrow sheet of the "holy lake," indented with numberless bays, embellished by fantastic headlands, and dotted with countless islands

    26. The land had been cleared of wood for a reasonable distance around the work, but every other part of the scene lay in the green livery of nature, except where the limpid water mellowed the view, or the bold rocks thrust their black and naked heads above the undulating outline of the mountain ranges

    27. The evening was delightfully calm, and the light air from the limpid water fresh and soothing

    28. " No one could have said what caused the count's voice to vibrate so deeply, and what made his eye flash, which was in general so clear, lustrous, and limpid when he pleased

    29. past apple-orchards where bending boughs were heavily loaded with mellow fruits exhaling fragrant odours, through the cool shades of lofty avenues of venerable oaks, whose overarched and interlacing branches formed a roof of green, gilt and illuminated with quivering spots and shafts of sunlight that filtered through the trembling leaves; over old mossy stone bridges, spanning limpid streams that duplicated the blue sky and the fleecy clouds; and then again, stretching away to the horizon on every side over more fields, some rich with harvest, others filled with drowsing cattle or with flocks of timid sheep that scampered away at the sound of the passing carriages

    30. an oasis with limpid water, which reflected the iron trees!

    31. We stooped over that square of darkness as though over a limpid well

    32. the skin; the lobe of his ear looked out from beneath a lock of hair, and his large blue eyes, raised to the clouds, seemed to Emma more limpid and more beautiful than those mountain-lakes where the heavens are mirrored

    33. Tom stirred up the other pirates and they all clattered away with a shout, and in a minute or two were stripped and chasing after and tumbling over each other in the shallow limpid water of the white sandbar

    34. History and philosophy have eternal duties, which are, at the same time, simple duties; to combat Caiphas the High-priest, Draco the Lawgiver, Trimalcion the Legislator, Tiberius the Emperor; this is clear, direct, and limpid, and offers no obscurity

    35. He was troubled; that brain, so limpid in its blindness, had lost its transparency; that crystal was clouded

    36. Up to this point, everything above him had been, to his gaze, merely a smooth, limpid and simple surface; there was nothing incomprehensible, nothing obscure; nothing that was not defined, regularly disposed, linked, precise, circumscribed, exact, limited, closed, fully provided for; authority was a plane surface; there was no fall in it, no dizziness in its presence

    37. Afterwards, I allowed an ant to visit them, and it immediately seemed, by its eager way of running about to be well aware what a rich flock it had discovered; it then began to play with its antennae on the abdomen first of one aphis and then of another; and each, as soon as it felt the antennae, immediately lifted up its abdomen and excreted a limpid drop of sweet juice, which was eagerly devoured by the ant

    38. The traveller does not often look into such a limpid well

    39. Moreover, as that of Heidelburgh was always replenished with the most excellent of the wines of the Rhenish valleys, so the tun of the whale contains by far the most precious of all his oily vintages; namely, the highly-prized spermaceti, in its absolutely pure, limpid, and odoriferous state

    40. His childish face, with the limpid black eyes, was red and moist

    41. Sad, sad the ignorance of the East and West where the people know not what love and laughter, what limpid eyes and charming mouths, are suggested by the turkey-tail fan of Dixie

    42. Its colours, chiefly, very deep purple and violet; but still highly translucent; one specimen was entirely limpid

    43. What is more remarkable than all, it forms for the whole distance it has yet been explored, a walled and vaulted passage, for a stream of cool and limpid water, which, where it leaves the cave, is six feet deep and sixty feet wide

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    Synonyms for "limpid"

    crystal clear limpid lucid luculent pellucid perspicuous crystalline transparent liquid clear crystal-clear unclouded cloudless

    "limpid" definitions

    clear and bright

    transmitting light; able to be seen through with clarity

    (of language) transparently clear; easily understandable