use perspicuously in a sentence.
Penmanship was almost a fine art in colonial days, the one indispensable accomplishment of a school teacher; and he was often hired to exercise it in writing a name "perspicuously" in a book.
The artists 'arcanum;: Or, The essence of a variety of useful and entertaining arts, carefully and perspicuously laid down; the greater part from actual experiments by F.
According to Frege, such ambiguities provide further evidence that natural language is not suited to the task of representing propositions and inferential relations perspicuously.
Clearly, the names of these accidents are relative terms, since predications of the form ˜x is knowledge™ or ˜x is a perception™ are more perspicuously represented as of the form ˜x is knowledge of
Borrowing on the medievals 'behalf the notation of first-order logic, we can make this characterization of relative terms precise by saying that a term F is relative just in case a predication of the form ˜Fx™ is more perspicuously represented as a predication of the form ˜Rxy™.