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The despair of Athos had given place to a concentrated grief which only rendered more lucid the brilliant mental faculties of that extraordinary man.
One outlined in a peculiarly lucid manner all the plans of the commanding general.
Ascribe it all to that fatal, heart-thrilling, hope-inspiring 'yes,' loveliest of human females," continued Tom, kneeling with some caution, lest the straps of his pantaloons should give way--"Impute all to your own lucid ambiguity, and to the torments of hope that I experience.
As a message referring to an iron crisis in Pennsylvania, it was interesting, if not lucid.
Amid frequent and thoughtful endeavors to remember; amid earnest struggles to regather some token of the state of seeming nothingness into which my soul had lapsed, there have been moments when I have dreamed of success; there have been brief, very brief periods when I have conjured up remembrances which the lucid reason of a later epoch assures me could have had reference only to that condition of seeming unconsciousness.
In many climates the sky would have been thought clear and lucid for a noontide.
Madame de Bellegarde and her son exchanged a glance of lucid irony, and Urbain said, "My dear sir, what you propose is hardly an improvement.
My lucid thinking was, as it were, enveloped by the wide shouting of the consecrated Carnival gaiety.
On the contrary, your statement is singularly lucid.
That lucid and admirable statement seems to be the last word in the matter.
He was also refreshingly lucid, as he was on the committees.
He chanced to be in a lucid critical mood, and would not sympathize with exaltation.