There was a bewitching clarity in her eyes …. a purity in her voice.
Vigilance and discretion are my duty …. such that spiritual matters can take place here with clarity of mind.
As the words sank in, Langdon felt his delirium pierced by an instant of clarity.
A perfect stanza of iambic pentameter, and the first altar of science had revealed itself in pristine clarity.
His voice was surprisingly crystalline for such a large man, and when he spoke, his tone had the clarity of a musical instrument.
And yet remarkable solutions to seemingly impossible problems often occur in these moments of clarity.
It was in that moment of clarity, as Vittoria plunged deeper into the earth, that she felt her own mind open …. her own wisdom surface.
The camerlegno realized now, with fearful clarity, that on any other night, he would never have won the race.
Somehow, through the insanity and guilt, through the images of his father, through the pain and revelation, even through the pull of the morphine …. he had found a brilliant clarity.
However, if you put them in emotionally charged situations-like physical trauma, extreme joy or fear, deep meditation-all of a sudden their neurons start firing like crazy, resulting in massively enhanced mental clarity.
There are no more uses of "clarity" in the book.
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when she awoke the clarity was back in her eyes
Clarity of mind means clarity of passion, too; this is why a great and clear mind loves ardently and sees distinctly what it loves.