English words and Examples of Usage

use "vivid" in a sentence

The vivid scene makes for one of the best walks anywhere in Tokyo.

Many have vivid memories of barrel bombs falling on houses near them.

Drawn to Flavor highlights local dishes and drinks in vivid watercolor.

The reasoning here is all the more robust for going around in so vivid a loop.

In his opinion, the actions of the European Parliament is a vivid example for Ukraine.

The more vivid and certain the long-term benefits are, though, the more motivating they’ll be.

We all agreed that the Earth is more beautiful than we had imagined, the colors more vivid and bright.

Vivid memories of emotional events: The accuracy of remembered minutiae.

The colors of his paintings are very vivid and alive.

Though old and almost blind, her grandfather's memories of the war remain quite vivid.

Amy remarks that Mort had created a character so vivid, he actually came to life.

I am pleased with this vivid portrait in particular.

The summer pelage is brighter with more vivid coloration pattern.

Magna colors are more vivid and intense than regular acrylic water-based paints.

Nothing is more vivid than a picture.

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