as plain as day


as plain as day
(as) plain as day easy to see or understand.

The secret to our success is as plain as day — make a good plan and stick to it.

I looked at the list and there, plain as day, was my name on the list of winners.

Opposite of: (as) clear as mud

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  • plain as day — (as) plain as day easy to see or understand. The secret to our success is as plain as day make a good plan and stick to it. I looked at the list and there, plain as day, was my name on the list of winners. Opposite of: (as) clear as mud …   New idioms dictionary

  • plain as day — easy to see, clearly visible, in broad daylight    I saw it, plain as day Bigfoot not twenty feet away! …   English idioms

  • plain as day — …   Useful english dictionary

  • (as) plain as day — (as) plain as a ˈpikestaff | (as) plain as ˈday | (as) plain as the nose on your ˈface idiom very obvious Main entry: ↑plainidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • as plain as day — easy to see, clearly visible, in broad daylight    I saw it, as plain as day Bigfoot not twenty feet away! …   English idioms

  • as plain as day — …   Useful english dictionary

  • be as plain as day — be as clear/plain as day to be obvious or easy to see. She s in love with him it s as plain as day …   New idioms dictionary

  • day — [ deı ] noun *** 1. ) count one of the periods of time that a week is divided into, equal to 24 hours: We re going away for five days. The animals are kept inside for 14 hours a day. 24 hours a day (=during the whole of the day and night): The… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • plain — 1 /pleIn/ adjective 1 CLEAR very clear, and easy to understand or recognize; obvious (1): He spoke in Russian, but his message was plain enough. | it is plain (that): It was plain that management policies would have to change. | as plain as… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • plain — I adj. 1) plain to (the truth is plain to everybody) 2) plain to + int. (the facts are plain to see) 3) plain that + clause (it s plain to everyone that she will never return) 4) (misc.) as plain as day; or: as plain as the nose on your face II n …   Combinatory dictionary