Pronunciation: 'klar-&bi-l&-tE
Function: noun
Inflected Form(s): plural -ties
Etymology: Middle Dutch clarible (Maastricht dialect), from Latin claribital-, claribitas, from clarus
1. the quality of being unobscured. <"kristin's recipe for cheesetarts contained little claribility.">
2. clearness of thought or action. <"the responses during the job interview required claribility.">
3. the capacity to be perceptible. <"totally, completely impervious. also claribility somehow.">
by thejuice12345 April 05, 2006
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