CLEAR: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for CLEAR?

Need another word that means the same as “clear”? Find 222 synonyms and 30 related words for “clear” in this overview.

The synonyms of “Clear” are: well-defined, clean, open, decipherable, readable, unmortgaged, absolved, cleared, exculpated, exonerated, vindicated, percipient, light, unclouded, clean-cut, clear-cut, understandable, comprehensible, intelligible, easy to understand, plain, direct, uncomplicated, explicit, lucid, perspicuous, coherent, logical, distinct, simple, straightforward, unambiguous, accessible, user-friendly, obvious, evident, apparent, transparent, limpid, pellucid, translucent, crystalline, glassy, bright, cloudless, fair, fine, undimmed, unblemished, unobstructed, passable, unimpeded, empty, free, unlimited, unrestricted, unhindered, devoid, vacant, void, rational, well thought out, cogent, systematic, methodical, organized, well organized, well expressed, well presented, considered, sensible, intelligent, untroubled, undisturbed, unworried, unperturbed, unconcerned, unbothered, with no qualms, whole, full, entire, complete, total, solid, round, unbroken, after taxes, after deductions, take-home, final, clearly, all the way, away from, apart from, beyond, out of contact with, completely, entirely, thoroughly, fully, wholly, totally, utterly, quite, altogether, brighten, clear up, light up, crystalise, crystalize, crystallise, crystallize, elucidate, enlighten, illuminate, shed light on, sort out, straighten out, top, authorise, authorize, pass, net, sack, sack up, bring in, earn, gain, make, pull in, realise, realize, take in, solve, acquit, assoil, discharge, exculpate, exonerate, unclutter, unblock, unclog, unstop, remove, take away, carry away, move, shift, tidy away, tidy up, evacuate, make empty, make vacant, disappear, go away, melt away, vanish, end, brighten up, lighten, become light, break, become bright, become brighter, become lighter, become fine, become sunny, get rid of, throw away, throw out, discard, dispose of, dump, bin, scrap, do away with, jettison, eject, eliminate, throw on the scrapheap, pay off, pay, repay, settle, square, make good, honour, defray, satisfy, account for, remit, liquidate, go over, get past, go above, pass over, sail over, declare innocent, find not guilty, give permission, permit, allow, accept, endorse, license, sanction, give approval to, give one's seal of approval to, give consent to, cash, take, encash, convert into cash, convert into money, make a profit of, realize a profit of, take home, pocket

Clear as a Noun

Definitions of "Clear" as a noun

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “clear” as a noun can have the following definitions:

  • A clear or unobstructed space or expanse of land or water.
  • The state of being free of suspicion.

Synonyms of "Clear" as a noun (1 Word)

openOutdoors or in the countryside.
Finally broke out of the forest into the open.

Usage Examples of "Clear" as a noun

  • Investigation showed that he was in the clear.

Clear as a Verb

Definitions of "Clear" as a verb

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “clear” as a verb can have the following definitions:

  • Clear from impurities, blemishes, pollution, etc.
  • Sell.
  • Earn on some commercial or business transaction; earn as salary or wages.
  • (of a person's face or expression) assume a happier aspect following confusion or distress.
  • Remove (people) from a building.
  • Free (land) for cultivation or building by removing vegetation or existing structures.
  • Go unchallenged; be approved.
  • Get past or over (something) safely or without touching it.
  • Make a way or path by removing objects.
  • Give official approval or authorization to.
  • Remove the occupants of.
  • Gradually go away or disappear.
  • Be debited and credited to the proper bank accounts.
  • Make clear, bright, light, or translucent.
  • Pass an inspection or receive authorization.
  • Make as a net profit.
  • Become free of cloud or rain.
  • Free (the throat) by making a rasping sound.
  • Rid of obstructions.
  • Discharge (a debt.
  • Make free from confusion or ambiguity; make clear.
  • Pronounce not guilty of criminal charges.
  • Free from payment of customs duties, as of a shipment.
  • Grant authorization or clearance for.
  • Remove (an obstruction or unwanted item) from somewhere.
  • Officially show or declare (someone) to be innocent.
  • Settle, as of a debt.
  • Become clear.
  • Satisfy the necessary requirements to pass through (customs.
  • Pass by, over, or under without making contact.
  • Earn or gain (an amount of money) as a net profit.
  • Remove.
  • Yield as a net profit.
  • Cause people to leave (a building or place.
  • Remove an obstruction or unwanted item or items from.
  • (in soccer and other sports) send (the ball) away from the area near one's goal.
  • Go away or disappear.
  • (with reference to a cheque) pass through a clearing house so that the money goes into the payee's account.
  • Rid of instructions or data.

Synonyms of "Clear" as a verb (115 Words)

acceptMake use of or accept for some purpose.
Vending machines that accepted 100 yen coins for cans of beer.
account forBe the sole or primary factor in the existence, acquisition, supply, or disposal of something.
acquitPronounce not guilty of criminal charges.
The jury acquitted Bream of murder.
allowAllow or plan for a certain possibility concede the truth or validity of something.
They agreed to a ceasefire to allow talks with the government.
assoilPronounce not guilty of criminal charges.
authoriseGrant authorization or clearance for.
authorizeGive official permission for or approval to (an undertaking or agent.
The government authorized further aircraft production.
become brightEnter or assume a certain state or condition.
become brighterUndergo a change or development.
become fineEnter or assume a certain state or condition.
become lightUndergo a change or development.
become lighterEnter or assume a certain state or condition.
become sunnyEnhance the appearance of.
binThrow something away by putting it in a bin.
The whole idea had to be binned.
breakBreak down literally or metaphorically.
He was trying to break the terrible news gently to his father.
brightenMake (something) more attractively colourful.
The paint will brighten the room.
brighten upMake lighter or brighter.
bring inBring into a different state.
carry awayMove while supporting, either in a vehicle or in one’s hands or on one’s body.
cashExchange for cash.
The bank cashed her cheque.
clear upGo unchallenged; be approved.
convert into cashScore (a spare.
convert into moneyExchange a penalty for a less severe one.
crystaliseAssume crystalline form; become crystallized.
crystalizeCause to form crystals or assume crystalline form.
crystalliseMake free from confusion or ambiguity; make clear.
crystallizeAssume crystalline form become crystallized.
When most liquids freeze they crystallize.
declare innocentAnnounce publicly or officially.
defrayProvide money to pay (a cost or expense.
The proceeds from the raffle help to defray the expenses of the evening.
disappearBecome less intense and fade away gradually.
My wallet seems to have disappeared.
discardThrow or cast away.
West led a heart and East was able to discard his club loser.
dischargeGo off or discharge.
Ninety ships were queuing to discharge.
dispose ofGive, sell, or transfer to another.
do away withProceed or get along.
dumpDeposit or dispose of (rubbish, waste, or unwanted material), typically in a careless or hurried way.
She dumped her boyfriend when she fell in love with a rich man.
earnEarn on some commercial or business transaction earn as salary or wages.
The dollars can be placed on deposit and earn interest.
ejectLeave an aircraft rapidly using an ejection seat or capsule.
He put the plane in a nosedive and ejected.
eliminateEliminate from the body.
Security agents have started a campaign to eliminate some of the government s opponents.
elucidateMake clear and (more) comprehensible.
In what follows I shall try to elucidate what I believe the problems to be.
emptyMake void or empty of contents.
The pub suddenly seemed to empty.
encashConvert (a cheque, money order, bond, etc.) into money.
After the payment of one year s contribution you may encash your bond at any time.
endBe the end of be the last or concluding part of.
The match ended in a draw.
endorseRecommend (a product) in an advertisement.
A further 500 000 had been endorsed out of urban areas under the pass laws.
enlightenGive (someone) greater knowledge and understanding about a subject or situation.
The Holy Spirit enlightened the Apostles.
evacuateDischarge (faeces or other matter) from the body.
Patients evacuated their bowels before dialysis.
exculpatePronounce not guilty of criminal charges.
The article exculpated the mayor.
exonerate(of an official body) absolve (someone) from blame for a fault or wrongdoing.
Pope Clement V exonerated the king from his oath to the barons.
find not guiltyDecide on and make a declaration about.
gainRise in rate or price.
The peace movement gained momentum.
get pastReach and board.
get rid ofCommunicate with a place or person; establish communication with, as if by telephone.
give approval toAccord by verdict.
give consent toPlace into the hands or custody of.
give one's seal of approval toInflict as a punishment.
give permissionEstimate the duration or outcome of something.
go aboveHave a particular form.
go awayContinue to live through hardship or adversity.
go overBe or continue to be in a certain condition.
honourAccept (a bill) or pay (a cheque) when due.
They honoured their parents in all they did.
illuminateDecorate (a page or letter in a manuscript) by hand with gold, silver, or coloured designs.
His face was illuminated by a smile.
jettisonThrow away, of something encumbering.
Six aircraft jettisoned their loads in the sea.
licenseAuthorize the use, performance, or release of (something.
The company expect that the drug will soon be licensed for use in the USA.
light upFall to somebody by assignment or lot.
lightenBecome lighter.
The room lightened up.
liquidateConvert (assets) into cash.
The mafia liquidated the informer.
makeMake formulate or derive in the mind.
Make an effort.
make a profit ofGive certain properties to something.
make emptyProceed along a path.
make goodCause to be enjoyable or pleasurable.
make vacantCharge with a function; charge to be.
melt awayLose its distinct outline or shape; blend gradually.
moveHave a turn make one s move in a game.
He moved his hand slightly to the right.
netCover with a net.
This sale netted me 1 million.
passPass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life.
He passed his professor in the hall.
pass overPass over across or through.
Don t pay him any mind.
pay offDedicate.
permitAllow for; admit of.
Weather permitting guests can dine outside on the veranda.
pocketPut into one s pocket.
He pocketed the 8 ball on the break for a victory in the title game.
pull inDirect toward itself or oneself by means of some psychological power or physical attributes.
realiseExpand or complete (a part in a piece of baroque music) by supplying the harmonies indicated in the figured bass.
realizeGive actual or physical form to.
His worst fears have been realized.
realize a profit ofEarn on some commercial or business transaction; earn as salary or wages.
remitRelease from (claims, debts, or taxes.
God will remit their sins.
removeRemove from a position or an office.
Customs officials removed documents from the premises.
repayMake repayment for or return something.
Most of his fortune had been spent repaying creditors.
sackPut into a sack or sacks.
A small part of his wheat had been sacked.
sack upPlunder (a town) after capture.
sail overMove with sweeping, effortless, gliding motions.
sanctionImpose a sanction or penalty on.
Foreigners in France illegally should be sent home their employers sanctioned and border controls tightened up.
satisfyFill satisfy or meet a want or need or condtion ro restriction.
There was insufficient collateral to satisfy the loan.
scrapDiscard or remove from service a redundant old or inoperative vehicle vessel or machine especially so as to convert it to scrap metal.
Scrap the old airplane and sell the parts.
settleEnd a legal dispute by arriving at a settlement.
His bill was settled by charge card.
shed light onCast off hair, skin, horn, or feathers.
shiftMake a shift in or exchange of.
You ll have time for a bite if you shift.
solveFind an answer to, explanation for, or means of effectively dealing with (a problem or mystery.
The policy could solve the town s housing crisis.
sort outArrange or order by classes or categories.
squarePosition so as to be square.
You can square off the other edge.
straighten outMake straight.
takeTake as an undesirable consequence of some event or state of affairs.
Black takes the rook with his bishop.
take awayEngage for service under a term of contract.
take homePoint or cause to go (blows, weapons, or objects such as photographic equipment) towards.
take inTake into one s possession.
throw awayConvey or communicate; of a smile, a look, a physical gesture.
throw on the scrapheapOrganize or be responsible for.
throw outThrow (a die) out onto a flat surface.
tidy awayPut (things or places) in order.
tidy upPut (things or places) in order.
topStrike the top part of a ball in golf baseball or pool giving it a forward spin.
I wasn t sorry when he topped himself.
unblockPlay in such a way that (a long suit) becomes established.
A gadget to unblock sinks quickly.
unclogRemove accumulated matter from (a drain or other channel.
The chemical that we poured down the drain unclogged it.
unclutterRid of obstructions.
unstopRemove the stopper from (a bottle or other container).
He must unstop the sink.
vanishBecome zero.
An entire civilization vanished.
voidDischarge or drain away (water, gases, etc.
It cannot be metabolized and is voided in the urine.

Usage Examples of "Clear" as a verb

  • The suspect was cleared of the murder charges.
  • The cheque could not be cleared until Monday.
  • The bill cleared the House.
  • The fever clears in two to four weeks.
  • The sky cleared after the storm.
  • His sport's ruling body had cleared him of cheating.
  • The company cleared $1 million.
  • The drive had been cleared of snow.
  • The fog cleared in the afternoon.
  • Park staff cleared away dead trees.
  • Clear the leaves from the lawn.
  • The mist had cleared away.
  • There were more than sufficient funds in the account for both cheques to clear.
  • The embankment was cleared for a new section of line.
  • The balloon cleared the tree tops.
  • Clarke headed towards the net but Nicol cleared.
  • I would hope to clear £50,000 profit from each match.
  • We'll go out if the weather clears.
  • At the moment I'm clearing debts.
  • For a moment, Sam was confused; then his expression cleared.
  • She cleared 1.50 metres in the high jump.
  • The wardens shouted a warning and cleared the streets.
  • I can help her to clear customs quickly.
  • Carolyn cleared the table and washed up.
  • Clear the patrons from the theater after the bomb threat.
  • Clear customs.
  • Clear the water before it can be drunk.
  • Clear a memory buffer.
  • McAllister's lob was cleared off the line by Kernaghan.
  • He clears $5,000 each month.
  • Clear a debt.
  • I cleared him to return to his squadron.
  • Karen cleared the dirty plates.
  • We cleared a lot of the old model cars.
  • The plane rose high enough to clear the trees.
  • The water had to be cleared through filtering.

Clear as an Adjective

Definitions of "Clear" as an adjective

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “clear” as an adjective can have the following definitions:

  • Accurately stated or described.
  • Leaving no doubt; obvious or unambiguous.
  • (of a substance) transparent; unclouded.
  • (of a person's skin) free from blemishes.
  • (of a colour) pure and intense.
  • (of a person's conscience) free of guilt.
  • Characterized by ease and quickness in perceiving.
  • (of a fire) burning with little smoke.
  • Readily apparent to the mind.
  • (of a person's mind) free of anything that impairs logical thought.
  • Allowing light to pass through.
  • (of a sum of money) net.
  • (of a period of time) free of any appointments or commitments.
  • Clear and distinct to the senses; easily perceptible.
  • Freed from any question of guilt.
  • Not touching; away from.
  • Free from confusion or doubt.
  • Free from contact or proximity or connection.
  • (of sound or color) free from anything that dulls or dims.
  • Free from anything that dulls or dims.
  • (especially of a title) free from any encumbrance or limitation that presents a question of fact or law.
  • Free from any encumbrance or limitation that presents a question of fact or law.
  • Complete; full.
  • Easily deciphered.
  • Easy to perceive, understand, or interpret.
  • Free from flaw or blemish or impurity.
  • (of a person) free of something undesirable or unpleasant.
  • Clear of charges or deductions.
  • Characterized by freedom from troubling thoughts (especially guilt.
  • Free of cloud, mist, or rain.
  • Denoting a palatalized form of the sound of the letter l (as in leaf in most accents of English).
  • Free from clouds or mist or haze.
  • Free of restrictions or qualifications.
  • Having or feeling no doubt or confusion.
  • Affording free passage or view.
  • Free of any obstructions or unwanted objects.

Synonyms of "Clear" as an adjective (91 Words)

absolvedFreed from any question of guilt.
Is absolved from all blame.
accessible(of a place) able to be reached or entered.
Features such as non slip floors and accessible entrances.
after deductionsLocated farther aft.
after taxesLocated farther aft.
apparentSeeming real or true, but not necessarily so.
For all his apparent wealth he had no money to pay the rent.
brightMade smooth and bright by or as if by rubbing reflecting a sheen or glow.
The bright green leaves.
cleanFree from dirt or impurities or having clean habits.
A clean blouse.
clean-cutNeat and smart in appearance.
clear-cutHaving had all the trees removed at one time.
clearedFree from flaw or blemish or impurity.
A cleared passage through the underbrush.
cloudlessClear and free of cloud.
A crisp and cloudless afternoon.
cogent(of an argument or case) clear, logical, and convincing.
The newspaper s lawyers must prepare a cogent appeal.
coherentCapable of thinking and expressing yourself in a clear and consistent manner.
She was more coherent than she had been just after the accident.
completePerfect and complete in every respect having all necessary qualities.
The complete works of Shakespeare.
comprehensibleCapable of being comprehended or understood.
Clear and comprehensible English.
consideredHaving been thought about carefully.
A considered opinion.
crystallineDistinctly or sharply outlined- John Buchan.
The cold crystalline water of melted snow.
decipherableEasily deciphered.
devoidEntirely lacking or free from.
The sentence was devoid of meaning.
directExtending or moving from one place to another without changing direction or stopping.
A direct quotation.
distinctNot alike; different in nature or quality.
Noticed a distinct improvement.
easy to understandReadily exploited or tricked.
emptyDevoid of significance or point.
She put down her empty cup.
entireConstituting the undiminished entirety lacking nothing essential especially not damaged.
My plans are to travel the entire world.
evidentCapable of being seen or noticed.
A clearly evident erasure in the manuscript.
exculpatedFreed from any question of guilt.
exoneratedFreed from any question of guilt.
explicitOf a person stating something in an explicit manner.
Let me be explicit.
fairLacking exceptional quality or ability.
They set sail with a fair wind.
finalNot to be altered or undone.
The final answer.
fineCharacterized by elegance or refinement or accomplishment.
Gold 21 carats fine.
freeUsing or expending something without restraint; lavish.
Feel free to stay as long as you wish.
fullConstituting the full quantity or extent complete.
She just ate till she was full up.
glassy(used of eyes) lacking liveliness.
A glassy clink.
intelligent(of a device or building) able to vary its state or action in response to varying situations and past experience.
An intelligent solution.
intelligibleAble to be understood; comprehensible.
Use vocabulary that is intelligible to your audience.
lightHaving a considerable or sufficient amount of natural light not dark.
A light pound.
limpid(especially of writing or music) clear and accessible or melodious.
Writes in a limpid style.
logicalMarked by an orderly logical and aesthetically consistent relation of parts.
The polar expedition is a logical extension of his Arctic travels.
lucidTransparently clear; easily understandable- Robert Burton.
Birds dipped their wings in the lucid flow of air.
methodicalDone according to a systematic or established procedure.
A methodical man he assembled all the papers into a huge pile.
obviousPredictable and lacking in subtlety.
It was obvious a storm was coming in.
openOpenly straightforward and direct without reserve or secretiveness.
The stores are open.
organizedArranged or structured in a systematic way.
Organized labor.
passableJust good enough to be acceptable; satisfactory.
The road is passable.
pellucid(of music or other sound) clear and pure in tone.
Pellucid prose.
percipientCharacterized by ease and quickness in perceiving.
He is a percipient interpreter of the public mood.
perspicuousTransparently clear; easily understandable- Robert Burton.
It provides simpler and more perspicuous explanations than its rivals.
plain(of a person) not beautiful or attractive.
A plain round faced woman.
rationalOf or associated with or requiring the use of the mind.
Man is a rational being.
readable(of data or a storage medium or device) capable of being processed or interpreted by a computer or other electronic device.
A marvellously readable book.
round(of a person’s shoulders) bent forward from the line of the back.
She berated him in good round terms.
sensibleShowing reason or sound judgment.
I am sensible that the mention of such a circumstance may appear trifling.
simpleExhibiting childlike simplicity and credulity.
A quiet unassuming man with simple tastes.
solidOf good quality and condition solidly built.
Carved out of solid rock.
straightforwardWithout concealment or deception; honest.
He is not being as straightforward as it appears.
systematicCharacterized by order and planning.
A systematic search of the whole city.
take-homeRemaining after all deductions including taxes.
totalConstituting the full quantity or extent; complete.
A total cost of 4 000.
translucentAllowing light to pass through diffusely.
Translucent amber.
transparentEasy to perceive or detect.
CFCs and water vapour are virtually transparent to incoming short wave solar radiation.
unambiguousHaving or exhibiting a single clearly defined meaning- Mario Vargas Llosa.
As a horror apartheid is absolutely unambiguous.
unblemishedNot damaged or marked in any way.
Her body was perfectly formed and unblemished.
unbotheredNot worried or concerned.
She was unbothered by the mess in the sink.
unbrokenNot subdued or trained for service or use.
Fortunately the other lens is unbroken.
uncloudedFree from clouds.
You wake up to sunshine and unclouded skies.
uncomplicatedSimple or straightforward.
He was an extraordinarily uncomplicated man.
unconcernedNot occupied or engaged with.
Blithely unconcerned about his friend s plight.
understandableCapable of being apprehended or understood.
It is understandable that mistakes occur sometimes.
undimmedNot made dim or less bright.
Surprisingly the curtain started to rise while the houselights were still undimmed.
undisturbedUntroubled by interference or disturbance.
The tombs had lain undisturbed for 2 500 years.
unhinderedNot slowed or blocked or interfered with.
An exhilarating walk unhindered by walls and fences.
unimpededNot slowed or prevented.
An unimpeded sweep of meadows and hills afforded a peaceful setting.
unlimitedThat cannot be entirely consumed or used up.
To start with a theory of unlimited freedom is to end up with unlimited despotism.
unmortgaged(especially of a title) free from any encumbrance or limitation that presents a question of fact or law.
unobstructedFree from impediment or obstruction or hindrance.
An unobstructed view.
unperturbedFree from emotional agitation or nervous tension.
Kenneth seems unperturbed by the news.
unrestrictedFree of restrictions on conduct.
Unrestricted verbs are usually stronger than those qualified by adverbs.
untroubledFree from turmoil or worries.
Untroubled sleep.
unworriedNot anxious or uneasy.
Foreign investors are largely unworried by the government s fall.
user-friendlyEasy to use.
vacantHaving or showing no intelligence or interest.
The throne is never vacant.
vindicatedFreed from any question of guilt.
His official honor is vindicated.
voidCompletely empty.
The contract was void.
well expressedIn good health especially after having suffered illness or injury.
well organizedIn good health especially after having suffered illness or injury.
well presentedWise or advantageous and hence advisable.
well thought outResulting favorably.
well-definedHaving a clean and distinct outline as if precisely cut along the edges.
wholeActing together as a single undiversified whole.
Owls usually swallow their prey whole.
with no qualmsQuantifier; used with either mass nouns or plural count nouns for indicating a complete or almost complete lack or zero quantity of.

Usage Examples of "Clear" as an adjective

  • I have clear title to this property.
  • Norma's clear skin did not need a heavy foundation.
  • Clear glass.
  • Clear water.
  • You must give seven clear days' notice of the meeting.
  • Her handwriting was clear.
  • Clear plastic bags.
  • A clear path to victory.
  • A complex problem requiring a clear head.
  • A clear-cut pattern.
  • Regarded her questioner with clear untroubled eyes.
  • In the morning, with a clear head, she would tackle all her problems.
  • A clear case of poisoning.
  • A clear indication that she was angry.
  • We were clear of the danger.
  • A clear case of murder.
  • With a clear road ahead he shifted into high gear.
  • On a clear day.
  • Clear and precise directions.
  • Every pupil must be clear about what is expected.
  • Was now clear of the charge of cowardice.
  • A bright, clear flame.
  • The lorry was wedged in the ditch, one wheel clear of the ground.
  • Clear mind.
  • The ship was clear of the reef.
  • The following Saturday, Mattie had a clear day.
  • I left the house with a clear conscience.
  • The letter brought back a clear image of his grandfather.
  • A clear perfect diamond.
  • The clear complexion of a healthy young woman.
  • Not clear about what is expected of us.
  • It was clear that they were in a trap.
  • A clear and present danger.
  • As clear as a whistle.
  • The day was fine and clear.
  • Clear footprints in the snow.
  • A clear profit.
  • I had a clear view in both directions.
  • Am I making myself clear?
  • A clear conscience.
  • A stream of clear water.
  • Clear blue delphiniums.
  • A clear view.
  • Clear reds and blues.
  • The air is clear and clean.
  • After 18 months of treatment he was clear of TB.
  • Gave us a clear idea of human nature.
  • The clear glass of the French windows.
  • A clear winner.
  • A clear explanation.
  • Clear laughter like a waterfall.
  • A clear profit of £1,100.

Clear as an Adverb

Definitions of "Clear" as an adverb

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “clear” as an adverb can have the following definitions:

  • In an easily perceptible manner.
  • Completely.
  • So as to be out of the way of or away from.
  • All the way to.
  • So as not to be obstructed or cluttered.

Synonyms of "Clear" as an adverb (15 Words)

all the wayTo a complete degree or to the full or entire extent (`whole’ is often used informally for `wholly.
altogetherTo a complete degree or to the full or entire extent (`whole’ is often used informally for `wholly.
An altogether new approach.
apart fromOne from the other.
away fromOut of the way especially away from one s thoughts.
beyondAt or to the further side of something.
From south of Dortmund as far as Essen and beyond.
clearlyIn an easily perceptible manner.
I could clearly see myself in his situation.
completelyTotally; utterly.
The fire completely destroyed the building.
entirelyWithout any others being included or involved.
A school devoted entirely to the needs of problem children.
fullyTo the greatest degree or extent; completely or entirely; (`full’ in this sense is used as a combining form.
The evidence amply or fully confirms our suspicions.
out of contact withFrom one’s possession.
quiteTo a certain or fairly significant extent or degree; fairly.
This is quite a different problem.
thoroughlyCompletely and absolutely good is sometimes used informally for thoroughly.
He searched the house thoroughly.
totallyUsed to express agreement.
She s almost totally deaf.
utterlyCompletely and without qualification; used informally as intensifiers.
He looked utterly ridiculous.
whollyTo a complete degree or to the full or entire extent whole is often used informally for wholly.
The distinction is not wholly clear.

Usage Examples of "Clear" as an adverb

  • The floor had been swept clear of litter.
  • Could be seen clearly under the microscope.
  • There were open fields clear to the horizon.
  • He leapt clear of the car.
  • Read the book clear to the end.
  • She cried loud and clear.
  • He had time to get clear away.
  • You could see clear to the bottom of the lagoon.
  • Slept clear through the night.
  • Stand clear, I'll start the plane up.

Associations of "Clear" (30 Words)

apparentSeeming real or true, but not necessarily so.
The committee investigated some apparent discrepancies.
assuredlyUsed to express the speaker’s certainty that something is true.
Potted roses will most assuredly not survive winter without protection.
candorAbility to make judgments free from discrimination or dishonesty.
certainlyUsed to emphasize the speaker’s belief that what is said is true.
She certainly is a hard worker.
clarityThe quality of clear water.
When she awoke the clarity was back in her eyes.
clearlyIn a clear manner; with clarity.
On white paper the seeds are clearly visible.
crystallineVery clear.
Granite is crystalline.
decidedlyWithout question and beyond doubt.
No Donna said decidedly.
definitelyIn a definite manner; clearly.
We couldn t plan to go elsewhere until we had heard from you more definitely.
doubtlessCertainly; without doubt.
Doubtless you ll solve the problem.
explicitOf a person stating something in an explicit manner.
A sexually explicit blockbuster.
expresslyExplicitly; clearly.
The house was expressly built for entertaining.
indubitableImpossible to doubt; unquestionable.
An indubitable truth.
indubitablyIn a manner or to a degree that could not be doubted.
Indubitably liberalism parades under many guises.
limpidClear and bright.
The limpid notes of a recorder.
lucidExpressed clearly; easy to understand.
Lucid directions.
obviousPredictable and lacking in subtlety.
It was obvious a storm was coming in.
overtDone or shown openly; plainly apparent.
In untreated cases overt psychosis may occur.
pellucidTransparently clear; easily understandable- Robert Burton.
His pellucid singing tone.
perspicuityClarity as a consequence of being perspicuous.
perspicuous(of language) transparently clear; easily understandable.
It provides simpler and more perspicuous explanations than its rivals.
plainUnmistakably plain is often used informally for plainly.
Made his meaning plain.
simple(in English grammar) denoting a tense formed without an auxiliary, for example sang as opposed to was singing.
The simple truth.
straightforwardWithout concealment or deception; honest.
In a straightforward case no fees will be charged.
surelyDefinitely or positively sure is sometimes used informally for surely.
If there is no will then surely the house goes automatically to you.
transparent(of a process or interface) functioning without the user being aware of its presence.
Transparent chiffon.
unambiguousNot open to more than one interpretation.
Instructions should be unambiguous.
undoubtedlyWithout doubt; certainly.
It s undoubtedly very beautiful.
unequivocalClearly defined or formulated.
An unequivocal or univocal statement.
unquestionablyWithout question and beyond doubt.
Unquestionably the loss of his father was a grievous blow.

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