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clārus adj. with comp. and sup.

1 CAL-, clear, bright, shining, brilliant: lux, open day: clarissimā luce laetari: mundi lumina, V.: lucerna, H.: nox, Ta.: pater clarus intonat, in the clear sky, V.: clarissimae gemmae: vitrum, O.: purpurarum sidere clarior usus, H.: argento delphines, V.: gemmis corona, O.: aquilo, clearing, V.Clear, loud, distinct: clarissima vox: clarior vox, Cs.: plangor, O.—Fig., clear, manifest, plain, evident, intelligible: haec certa et clara adferre, T.: omnia non properanti clara certaque erunt, L.: luce clariora consilia: id quod est luce clarius: somno clarius, O.Brilliant, celebrated, renowned, illustrious, honorable, famous, glorious: viri: oppidum: gloriā clariores: vir clarissimus: pax clarior quam bellum, L.: ad memoriam imperium, L.: facundia, S.: clarissima civitas, N.: agendis causis, H.: bello, Ta.: ex doctrinā: ob id factum, H.: Troianoque a sanguine Acestes, V.Notorious, noted, marked: minus clarum putavit fore quod, etc.: populus luxuriā, L.

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