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clears|cleared|clearing|clearer|clearestklɪə
noun
+the state of being free of suspicion
+a clear or unobstructed space or expanse of land or water
verb
+rid of obstructions
+make a way or path by removing objects
+become clear
+grant authorization or clearance for
+remove
+go unchallenged; be approved
+be debited and credited to the proper bank accounts
+go away or disappear
+pass by, over, or under without making contact
+make free from confusion or ambiguity; make clear
+free from payment of customs duties, as of a shipment
+clear from impurities, blemishes, pollution, etc.
+yield as a net profit
+make as a net profit
+earn on some commercial or business transaction; earn as salary or wages
+sell
+pass an inspection or receive authorization
+pronounce not guilty of criminal charges
+settle, as of a debt
+make clear, bright, light, or translucent
+rid of instructions or data
+remove (people) from a building
+remove the occupants of
+free (the throat) by making a rasping sound
adj.
+clear to the mind
+free from confusion or doubt
+affording free passage or view
+free from cloudiness; allowing light to pass through
+free from contact or proximity or connection
+characterized by freedom from troubling thoughts (especially guilt)
+(of sound or color) 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
+clear and distinct to the senses; easily perceptible
+accurately stated or described
+free from clouds or mist or haze
+free of restrictions or qualifications
+free from flaw or blemish or impurity
+clear of charges or deductions
+easily deciphered
+freed from any question of guilt
+characterized by ease and quickness in perceiving
+of complexion; without such blemishes as e.g. acne
adv.
+completely
+in an easily perceptible manner

Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
1 unclouded, cloudless, sunny, fair, sunlit, fine:
On a clear day, you can see the lighthouse several miles away.
2 transparent, limpid, crystalline; translucent, uncloudy, unclouded, pellucid:
The water was clear enough to see the bottom.
3 bright, lustrous, shining, shiny, sparkling, Formal nitid:
We painted the bathroom a lovely clear blue.
4 bright, fresh, unblemished, unscarred:
She has a lovely clear complexion.
5 distinct, sharp, well-defined, definite; legible, readable; acute, vivid:
The notes were written in a large clear hand.
6 understandable, intelligible, perspicuous, lucid, comprehensible, apprehensible, discernible, plain, obvious, unambiguous, unequivocal, explicit, definite, unmistakable, indisputable, undisputed, unquestionable, incontrovertible:
He has made himself very clear on that point.
7 distinct, unclouded, unconfused, explicit, plain, definite, clear-cut, palpable:
I have a clear recollection of her words.
8 evident, plain, obvious, patent, manifest, apparent:
It became clear that someone was trying to compromise her.
9 perceptive, acute, sensitive, perspicacious, discerning, keen:
It was only his clear vision of the situation that saved us all.
10 certain, sure, convinced, confident, positive, determined, definite, assured:
I am not clear that the subject was a good one.
11 pure, unwavering, well-defined, distinct, clarion, bell-like:
We heard father's clear voice calling from below.
12 pure, guileless, unsophisticated, innocent, blameless, faultless; not guilty:
I still cannot look her in the eye with a clear conscience.
13 unencumbered, free, net:
In our first year we made a clear profit of 25 per cent.
14 unlimited, unqualified, unquestioned, unquestionable, absolute, complete, entire; pure, sheer, perfect:
You must allow three clear days for the ascent.
15 disengaged, disentangled, unentangled, free, freed, rid, quit, loose, unencumbered, released:
When the line is clear of any obstruction, hoist sail and let's be off.
16 open, unencumbered, free, unblocked, unobstructed, unimpeded, direct:
There is a clear view of the park from here.
adv.
17 brightly, effulgently, radiantly, luminously, lambently:
The stars were shining clear in the night sky.
18 distinctly, clearly, starkly, perceptibly, discernibly, understandably, prominently:
When you see the reef, sing out loud and clear.
19 completely, utterly, entirely, cleanly, clean, wholly, totally:
The thief got clear away in the confusion.
v.
20 clarify, cleanse, clean, purify:
The chemical soon cleared the water of all sediment.
21 exonerate, absolve, acquit; excuse, forgive:
He has been cleared of all charges and released.
22 Also, clear up. explain, elucidate, explicate, clarify, make plain or clear, disambiguate:
We should be able to clear up the mystery by this evening.
23 Also, clear up. become fair or cloudless or sunny:
I hope the weather clears in time for the game.
24 open (up), free; unblock, unclog, unstop; disencumber, dislodge:
We were able to clear a path through the jungle. He cleared his throat and began to speak.
25 empty:
Clear the land of trees before farming it.
26 Also, clear away or out. remove, eliminate, take; cut away or down:
Clear those branches from the paths.
27 disburden, unburden, purge, free, rid:
He has cleared his conscience of any responsibility in the matter.
28 leap or jump over, vault:
She cleared the fence easily.
29 Also, clear up. settle, discharge, pay, square, defray, satisfy:
The company has cleared all its debts.
30 clear off or out. leave, depart, decamp, go or run off, get out, withdraw, Slang beat it, scram, Taboo Brit sod off, Chiefly Australian shoot through, US and Canadian take a (run-out) powder:
I told them to clear off and stop bothering me.
31 clear up.
(a) eliminate, remove, settle; clarify:
I hope we can clear up any misunderstanding between us.
(b) tidy (up), neaten (up), put or set in order, clear:
I'll clear up after dinner.
n.
32 in the clear. innocent, not guilty; exonerated, forgiven, absolved; unburdened, disburdened, unencumbered, free:
The other chap confessed, leaving me in the clear.


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