|Origin:||claritas, from clarus; CLEAR1|
the clarity of a piece of writing, law, argument etc is its quality of being expressed clearly [↪ clear]:
Letters may be edited for length and clarity.
a lack of clarity in the law on property rights
the ability to think, understand, or remember something clearly [↪ clear]:
He had only visited the village once, but remembered it with surprising clarity.
clarity of vision/purpose/thought etc
Churchill's clarity of vision impressed all who knew him.
the quality of being clear and easy to see or hear [↪ clear]:
The picture was of such clarity that it could have been a photograph.