Clear-cut (adjective)

Easily understood, obvious, or distinct.

Origin:

From english, meaning "clearly defined or distinct".

Examples:

  1. The answer was a clear-cut yes or no.
  2. The instructions were clear-cut and easy to follow.
  3. The evidence for the defendant's guilt was clear-cut.
  4. The line between right and wrong is not always clear-cut.
  5. The difference between the two products was clear-cut.
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