Meaning of limpidly in English:


Pronunciation /ˈlɪmpɪdli/


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.’