I said with a burst of clarity

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hi please explain to me the bold sentence:

I heard a voice in my mind. Relax. Trust me.
“Omigosh,” I said with a burst of clarity. “You’re doing it again, aren’t you? Messing with my mind.” I remembered the article I’d pulled up when I Googled fallen angels. “You can put more than words in my head, can’t you? You can put images—very real images—there.”

  • Jo1234

    Australian English
    'with a burst of clarity' means that someone realised something very suddenly. So, the person realised suddenly that the other person was putting words and pictures in his/her head (and said "omigosh" at the same time).
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