That which clears up and removes difficulties, and makes the mind certain or determined.
The tribes of the Orinoco form the last section of Indians, which are neither Guarani nor Caribs; and this brief notice of their existence clears the ground for the somewhat fuller account of the next two families.
But how we are to get to the mainland it is difficult to see, unless God mercifully clears away the ice.
Pulling his guitar further up on his lap, he takes out his pocket-knife, fits it between his fingers in imitation of the Hawaiians, clears his throat and strikes another chord.
In his embarrassment he strums his guitar, clears his throat, props his foot up on a chair rung, and begins singing in a low voice.
The Boy takes the horse back, and eventually clears the gate amidst immense and well-deserved applause.
Competitor dashes out and clears hedge and ditch by a foot or two.
Later, when it clears a bit, I'll send out for one.
The care-worn face relaxes its tension and the saddened brow clears for a time as some well-remembered scene rushes through the mind, bringing back the childhood home and the loved faces which met around the daily board.
Suppose they wait till it clears off before they start to-morrow?
If it clears off before morning, we’re beaten,” said Dan, with confidence.
Only the egoistic fight, the fight of egoists on both sides, clears up everything.
The critic clears away everything human; and, starting from the presupposition that the human is the true, he works against himself, denying it wherever it had been hitherto found.
The poverty which surrounds him in every alley does not disturb the true commoner further than that at most he clears his account with it by throwing an alms, or finds work and food for an "honest and serviceable" fellow.
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