[ UK /vˈɪvɪdnəs/ ]
[ US /ˈvɪvədnəs/ ]
  1. interest and variety and intensity
    the characters were delineated with exceptional vividness
    the Puritan Period was lacking in color
  2. chromatic purity: freedom from dilution with white and hence vivid in hue
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How To Use vividness In A Sentence

  • Artefacts help to bring vividness to understanding but they need considerable explanation to make them really meaningful.
  • The fort lauderdale florida hotel of catchweed and lockmaster the vividness abstractly tipuana that they are wheezily or dazzlingly orange than unquestioned galvani. Rational Review
  • There were the critics on the newspapers who had praised the vividness and accuracy of the books.
  • Case Study Beyond Statistics Statistics have a dangerous capacity to undermine the vividness of many of these issues.
  • Glasgow's industry also had a peculiar vividness, which is retained by such of that industry as remains.
  • As we will see, his works display an acute awareness of human faults and frailties and his writing exhibits a vividness and an elegance that makes it a pleasure to read.
  • Carter's approach repeatedly makes for greater vividness.
  • He also routinely contemplates such arcane and uncomprehensible matters as how "Hawthorne's auburn-haired woman in her secret sepulchre" came to somebody "with unpleasant vividness. “The way of a man with a maid may be too wonderful to know. . .”
  • Regarded simply on its literary merits, there is nothing I know of to excel it in vividness, in pathos, in a burning earnestness, in a glow of conviction that fires from the heart to the heart.
  • I remember that dinner table with extraordinary vividness even now.
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