Meaning of limpidly in English:

limpidly

Pronunciation /ˈlɪmpɪdli/

adverb

See limpid

‘Set by an idyllic lake in his home county of Leitrim, in the west of Ireland, it is an Irish pastoral, limpidly and lyrically recording the story of a year from one Easter at the beginning of the 1980s to the next.’
  • ‘The following ‘Largo’ runs longer than most, but I'd not have it a moment less: limpidly beautiful and, yes, a bit Romantic, like a Mendelssohn andante.’
  • ‘Here ends this thoughtful, limpidly written exploration of screws and screwdrivers, the passage of time, the evolution of civilizations, and human invention.’
  • ‘As always, the winds were limpidly beautiful, while the brass was forceful and satiny smooth.’