clear

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  • It is not clear if this version of events was known earlier.
  • It was soon clear that this land was part of a group of islands.
  • It would have been clear to the public which emperor was the more senior.
  • Whether or not she ever comes back is never made clear.
  • It is not clear whether this water would be at sea level or a lake above sea level.
  • Once clear, the other boat's team would continue on its way.
  • So the land cleared by fire could only be used for a short time.
  • Despite this, he and his wife made it clear that they do not have any religious faith.
  • It is not clear if he ever published any of these results in the primary scientific literature.
  • The origin of the name of the river is not clear.
  • Blue is the colour of the clear sky and the deep sea.
  • However, there are no clear regulations on how the rights should be announced.
  • The land was used for a few years after another section of land is cleared.
  • What happened is not exactly clear as the original police report is missing.
  • The number of people cleared for access to such programs is typically kept low.
  • In traditional games, a level-up would occur once every ten lines are cleared.
  • A special license would be granted only to clear the stock, he said.
  • It soon became clear that it was not.
  • While inside it became clear that most of the garrison were away.
  • Much of that town center has been cleared and developed over.
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Meaning of clear

  • noun The state of being free of suspicion
    investigation showed that he was in the clear
  • verb Make a way or path by removing objects
    Clear a path through the dense forest
  • verb Remove
    clear the leaves from the lawn, Clear snow from the road
  • verb Be debited and credited to the proper bank accounts
    The check will clear within 2 business days
  • verb Go away or disappear
    The fog cleared in the afternoon
  • verb Pass by, over, or under without making contact
    the balloon cleared the tree tops
  • verb Make free from confusion or ambiguity; make clear
    Could you clarify these remarks?, Clear up the question of who is at fault
  • verb Free from payment of customs duties, as of a shipment
    Clear the ship and let it dock
  • verb Clear from impurities, blemishes, pollution, etc.
    clear the water before it can be drunk
  • verb Sell
    We cleared a lot of the old model cars
  • verb Pass an inspection or receive authorization
    clear customs
  • verb Settle, as of a debt
    clear a debt, solve an old debt
  • verb Make clear, bright, light, or translucent
    The water had to be cleared through filtering
  • verb Rid of instructions or data
    clear a memory buffer
  • verb Remove (people) from a building
    clear the patrons from the theater after the bomb threat
  • verb Remove the occupants of
    Clear the building
  • verb Free (the throat) by making a rasping sound
    Clear the throat
  • adjective Readily apparent to the mind
    a clear and present danger, a clear explanation, a clear case of murder, a clear indication that she was angry, gave us a clear idea of human nature
  • adjective Allowing light to pass through
    clear water, clear plastic bags, clear glass, the air is clear and clean
  • adjective Free from clouds or mist or haze
    on a clear day
  • adverb Completely
    read the book clear to the end, slept clear through the night, there were open fields clear to the horizon