One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Very easy to see or understand.‘I saw him clear as day’‘the reason for Peter's evasiveness was suddenly as clear as day’
obvious, evident, plain, apparent, crystal clear, as clear as crystal, transparentView synonyms
- ‘She recognized her own handwriting as clear as day on the back of the picture as he flipped it around.’
- ‘I loved him, I said it clear as day to him and he understood that.’
- ‘Looking around, she noticed she could see clear as day.’
- ‘Out of the blue, like a movie, these images appear in front of me, clear as day.’
- ‘They're virtually invisible to everyone else, but I see them clear as day.’
- ‘Normally I'm aware I'm dreaming due to the subtle layer of surreality but this one was clear as day (though I can't remember any of it now, of course).’
- ‘I didn't have a clue what it was and then I saw the Pope's face, clear as day.’
- ‘But when you actually saw the written evidence it was as clear as day.’
- ‘The trophy for that triumph is clear as day with this bunch.’
- ‘It is there clear as day, on public record, as said by the Prime Minister.’
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