The state of being aware that one is dreaming (noun)
The state of being in a lucid dream (noun)
Examples of word lucidity
A rare moment of lucidity from a bunch of shrill, menopausal white women.
In writings of fiction, whether novels or biographies, these death-beds are generally depicted as almost seraphic in lucidity of intelligence.
Meanwhile, the presidential candidate in Egypt, and former Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, Amr Moussa pointed to the importance of the "Al-Azhar document" that was recently issued, and which was characterized by lucidity, moderation, tolerance and modernity, and considered it to be a frame of reference.
Martin himself is constantly breaking out into a controversial lucidity, which is elsewhere not at all a part of his character.
In the lack of lucidity, which is supposed to distinguish English folk, our middle-class censores morum strain at the gnat of a privately circulated translation of an Arabic classic, while they daily swallow the camel of higher education based upon minute study of Greek and Latin literature.