From the Latin word, trānspicuus (“transparent”).
- IPA(key): /tɹænzˈpɪkjʊəs/, /tɹænˈspɪkjʊəs/
transpicuous (comparative more transpicuous, superlative most transpicuous)
- Easily construed or seen through.
- "The Sobieski Stuarts were amiable, scholarly men who won converts by their transpicuous innocence." - Hugh Trevor Roper, in "The Invention of Tradition"