(1) A simple accompaniment serves as a baseline from which a limpid melody explodes into a dizzy display of vocal pyrotechnics.(2) Waterfall greeted her with a solemn and purposeful symphony - muted strings and timpani rolls and, far off in the background, as though being created by spray and the rising mist, a limpid , shining, flute-like voice joined the music.(3) Holding that limpid gaze, she saw something his original owner, who'd abandoned him on a south London housing estate, clearly didn't.(4) The music is limpid and languid, dripping grace and deft touches.(5) Ryann crouched in the cell, her eyes wet, her gaze limpid .(6) For the limpid quality of the water here, the colour of the coral and variety of fish, it's the place for your final sundowner, breathtaking and unforgettable.(7) Although facing left, Paula directs her bold, limpid eyes back to center stage.(8) Her amber eyes reflected in the mirror were limpid , and alluring.(9) Gouffu00d4u00f6u00a3u252cu00ab wrote in a limpid style, comprehensible by all and exhibiting a standard of literary craftsmanship which equalled the author's skill in the kitchen.(10) Her limpid eyes were intoxicating, holding him, and imprisoning him.(11) As in the Debussy, the layering of texture brought chiarascuro to the music, the melody highlighted through the limpid falling thirds of the first and the pulsating chords of the second, with its emotive central interlude.(12) Note the chair placed near to the doorway and the limpid UJ on the door pillar.(13) Despite his plain clothing he was very striking with short neatly-combed back auburn hair, an oval face, a baby-faced countenance, a medium, but short build and piercing, limpid bluish-green eyes.(14) Barth saw from his place at the doorway that she was looking up into his best friend's face with large limpid eyes and her lips parting to show her most dazzling white smile, her arms twined around his neck.(15) Hugh's ears are pointed and his eyes are like these limpid pools I keep hearing so much about.(16) Cortes speaks to both of us at once - to him in rapid Spanish, to me in tentative English punctuated by long gaps in which he turns his limpid brown eyes my way, imploring me to help him find the missing words.