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Clear

Synonyms for clear:

Sense 5

fine, muddle, murky, conclude, steal, liquidate, furrow, jumble, unreserved, frontier, negotiate, crease, straight, execution, abstract.

Sense 6

dry, pay, repay, broad, stamp, level, finish, get over, Against, ease, shuffle, calm, tighten, come to, bloom.

Sense 7

firm, compound, shake, round, dizzy, out, tie up.

Sense 8

close, satisfy, turn out, still.

Sense 9

negative, end, service, range, remove.

Sense 10

express.

Sense 11

tip.

Sense 12

register.

Sense 13

settle, track.

Sense 14

cross.

Sense 15

break.

Sense 16

high, lift.

Sense 17

flash.

Sense 19

spread.

Sense 20

touch.

Sense 21

flat.

close

shuttered.

conspicuous

pronounced.

discharge

square up, emancipate, pay up.

dismiss

force out, let out.

distinct

sharp, strong.

forgive

exculpate, pardon.

free

let loose.

glassy

vitreous.

inarticulate

incoherent.

limpid

crystal.

lose

slip away.

obvious

demonstrable, patently, blatant, plainly, appreciable, axiomatic, signally, pervasive, glaringly, singularly, self-conscious, self-evident, undisguised, telltale.

pay

prepaid.

perceptible

audible.

permit

approbate.

prominent

bold.

pull-in

pull in.

rainy

wet.

rid

disburden, disembarrass.

take-in

take in.

vivid

graphic, vivid.

volatilize

boil away.

work out

figure out.

Other synonyms and related words:

negotiate, pellucid, clarify, sheer, palpable, eject, explicit, unfastened, self-evident, abstract, loose, satisfy, exempt, blank, pay up, remove, amortize, dead, expel, extricate, realize, pay off, serene, settle, fair, get out, lift, express, rid, open, hurdle, unambiguous, clear out, liquidate.

agreeable (adjective)

melodious.

all (adjective)

open.

articulate (adjective)

glib, well-spoken, succinct, eloquent, direct, expressive, lucid, fluent, loquacious, intelligible, articulate, smooth.

certain (adjective)

definite, positive, trusting, doubtless, decided, indubitable, assured, patent, decisive, certain, undoubted, set, confident, convinced, indisputable, steadfast, sure, unmistakable, unquestionable, incontestable, irrefutable, veritable, absolute, Irrefragable, incontrovertible, undeniable, unequivocal.

certain in one's mind (adjective)

convinced, absolute, sure, decided, positive.

clean (adjective)

uncluttered, unpolluted.

explainable (adjective)

decipherable.

harmonious (adjective)

melodious.

inculpable (adjective)

inculpable.

innocent (adjective)

lily-white, uncorrupted, cleanhanded, untainted.

intelligible (adjective)

crisp, legible, consistent, self-explanatory, coherent, comprehensible, intelligible, perspicuous, decipherable, lucid, understandable, direct, straightforward, plain.

not guilty (adjective)

exculpated, sinless, stainless, blameless, undefiled, innocent, guiltless, immaculate, untroubled, exonerated, unblemished, clean, untarnished, cleared, absolved.

open (adjective)

unstopped, barefaced, uncontrolled.

open, unhindered (adjective)

stark, void, smooth, unobstructed, free, vacant, vacuous, bare, empty, unimpeded.

positive (adjective)

positive, unconditional.

pure (adjective)

essential, honorable, stainless, bare, elemental, pure, nascent, atomic, faultless, angelic, unsullied, elementary, Simon-pure, white, basic, fundamental, prime, virtuous, chaste, monolithic, spotless, unadorned, indivisible, decent, blameless, unadulterated, uncluttered, undefiled, undiluted, plain, primary, untarnished, aboriginal, stark, formative, unalloyed, untainted, unmingled, primal, innocent, austere, guiltless, foundational, basal, irreducible, unblemished, sinless, clean, purebred, simple, immaculate.

reliable (adjective)

official.

safe (adjective)

innoxious.

sharp (adjective)

sharp.

simple (adjective)

refined, bald, pure, plain, unsophisticated, direct, unadulterated, austere, candid, childlike, bare, simple, chaste, spare, terse, crystalline, innocent, uncomplicated, elementary, artless.

succinct (adjective)

blunt, direct, bald, straightforward, intelligible, outspoken, unpoetical, Plain-spoken, honest, prosaic, uncluttered, folksy, frank, informal, ordinary, stark, candid, unpretentious, simple, casual, unadorned.

unburden (adjective)

unburden.

understandable, apparent (adjective)

patent, pronounced, comprehensible, unequivocal, perspicuous, distinct, express, unquestionable, transparent, audible, palpable, straightforward, evident, coherent, precise, sharp, clear-cut, definite, explicit, intelligible, readable, plain, unambiguous, uncomplicated, legible, lucent, manifest, incontrovertible, simple, perceptible, lucid, unmistakable, conspicuous, obvious.

visible (adjective)

evident, perceivable, perceptible, conspicuous, seeable, obvious, manifest, observable, plain, exposed, salient, discernible, visible, distinct, apparent.

all (adverb)

all the way, clearly.

Sense 1 (noun)

deserted, abandoned, uncrowded, explicit, hollow.

Sense 4 (noun)

sunny, fine, get off.

Sense 5 (noun)

touch, see through.

Sense 6 (noun)

take off, weed out, extract, remove, flush out, dislodge.

Sense 7 (noun)

flawless, unmarked.

Sense 8 (noun)

level, equal, out, close, position, Against, close-run, unimpeded, unblocked, competing, unopposed.

Sense 9 (noun)

pronounced, alert, well-adjusted, thinking, noticeable, sane, Compos-mentis.

Sense 10 (noun)

unambiguous, approve, sharp.

Sense 11 (noun)

liquidate, amortize, incur, broad, liquidation, unsubtle, compound, default.

Sense 12 (noun)

clinical, antibacterial, bloodless, antimalarial, combination, broad-spectrum, aseptic, bionic.

Sense 13 (noun)

categorical, express, specific, precise.

Sense 14 (noun)

bubble, atomize, break down, bake, boil away, boil up, boil, boil over.

Sense 16 (noun)

range, avoid, get out, circumnavigate, round, shave, circumvent, detour.

Sense 19 (noun)

close-set, dead, deep-set, hazel, bug-eyed, cross-eyed, beady, doe-eyed, bloodshot.

Sense 22 (noun)

scabby, bloom, lined, blotchy, Complected, Complexioned, calloused, freckled.

Sense 23 (noun)

fickle, break, ease, break through, lift, brighten up, close in, cloud.

Sense 24 (noun)

shake.

Sense 25 (noun)

evaporate, finish.

Sense 26 (noun)

clement, calm, windless, equable, still.

Sense 27 (noun)

flat, overdue, paid-up, PPC, cashless, hourly, compensatory, nonrefundable, ex gratia.

Sense 28 (noun)

jumpy, creaky, reedy, plaintive, high, metallic, squeaky.

Sense 29 (noun)

impenitent, remorseless, unrepentant, unapologetic.

Sense 30 (noun)

tip, deflate, turn out, tip-up, unpack.

Sense 31 (noun)

frontier, customs, Redraw, reopen, extraterritorial, partition, cross-border.

Sense 32 (noun)

come to, conclude, finish with, end.

Sense 33 (noun)

flash, crease, falter, creep, furrow, gleam, cross, crumple.

audible (noun)

audible.

clear out (noun)

withdraw, empty, get out.

clear up (noun)

iron out, explain, order, clarify, remove, sort, tidy, resolve, sort out, elucidate, solve.

discernible (noun)

precise, sharp.

obvious (noun)

blatant, self-evident.

unclouded (noun)

bright, sunny.

acquit (verb)

discharge, exculpate, defray, exonerate, absolve, acquit, liberate, excuse, dismiss, pardon, forgive, free, vindicate, release.

change (verb)

unclutter.

clean (verb)

order, sterilize, sweep, filter, wash, scrub, purify, sanitize, Disinfect, purge, tidy, launder, wipe, neaten, cleanse.

confused (verb)

twisted.

discharge (verb)

emit, excrete, extravasate, exude, secrete, evacuate, effuse, transude, eliminate.

liberate (verb)

reprieve, let loose, disengage, emancipate, set free, deliver.

liberate; free from uncertainty (verb)

emancipate, discharge, exculpate, absolve, exonerate, relieve, vindicate, explain, set free, acquit, release.

pass over, often by jumping (verb)

hurdle, negotiate.

profit (verb)

gain, earn, gather, acquire, get, realize, win, make, receive, clean up, net.

social (verb)

pass.

vindicate (verb)

apologize, avenge, refute, mitigate.

zero (verb)

reset, zero.

Usage examples for clear:

  • Quick now, clear out!" - "The Missourian", Eugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle.
  • " It's clear what they want. - "Skinner's Dress Suit", Henry Irving Dodge.
  • You had better go to him at once, for his mind is quite clear now. - "The Turnstile", A. E. W. (Alfred Edward Woodley) Mason.

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