• Transparent in colour.
  • Bright, not dark or obscured.
  • Free of obstacles.
  • Without clouds.
  • Of the sky, such that less than one eighth of its area is obscured by clouds.
  • Free of ambiguity or doubt.
  • Distinct, sharp, well-marked.
  • Free of guilt, or suspicion.
  • Without a thickening ingredient.
  • Possessing little or no perceptible stimulus.
  • Free from the influence of engrams; see Clear (Scientology).
  • Able to perceive clearly; keen; acute; penetrating; discriminating.
  • Not clouded with passion; serene; cheerful.
  • Easily or distinctly heard; audible.
  • Unmixed; entirely pure.
  • Without defects or blemishes, such as freckles or knots.
  • Without diminution; in full; net.



  • To remove obstructions, impediments or other unwanted items from.
  • To remove (items or material) so as to leave something unobstructed or open.
  • To leave abruptly; to clear off or clear out.
  • To become free from obstruction or obscurement; to become transparent.
  • To eliminate ambiguity or doubt from (a matter); to clarify or resolve; to clear up.
  • To remove from suspicion, especially of having committed a crime.
  • To pass without interference; to miss.
  • To exceed a stated mark.
  • To finish or complete (a stage, challenge, or game).
  • Of a check or financial transaction, to go through as payment; to be processed so that the money is transferred.
  • To earn a profit of; to net.
  • To approve or authorise for a particular purpose or action; to give clearance to.
  • To obtain approval or authorisation in respect of.
  • To obtain a clearance.
  • To obtain permission to use (a sample of copyrighted audio) in another track.
  • To disengage oneself from incumbrances, distress, or entanglements; to become free.
  • To hit, kick, head, punch etc. (a ball, puck) away in order to defend one's goal.
  • To reset or unset; to return to an empty state or to zero.
  • To style (an element within a document) so that it is not permitted to float at a given position.


  • Full extent; distance between extreme limits; especially; the distance between the nearest surfaces of two bodies, or the space between walls.
  • The completion of a stage or challenge, or of the whole game.
  • A person who is free from the influence of engrams.


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  • From Middle English clere, from Anglo-Norman cler, from Old French cler (Modern French clair), from Latin clarus. Displaced native Middle English schir (from Old English scīr), Middle English skere (from Old English scǣre and Old Norse skær), Middle English smolt (from Old English smolt). Cognate with Danish klar, Dutch klaar, French clair, German klar, Italian chiaro, Norwegian klar, Portuguese claro, Romanian clar, Spanish claro, and Swedish klar.

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