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pithy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpithypith‧y /ˈpɪθi/ adjective  INTELLIGENTif something that is said or written is pithy, it is intelligent and strongly stated, without wasting any words opp long-winded Press releases must be short and pithy. a series of pithy quotationspithily adverb
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pithyPress releases must be pithy, and full of substance and strong, clear comment.It was brief, pithy and, like everything Lewis wrote in prose, hugely readable.They may make use of the brevity of Latin tags, just as pithy as any adman's lingo.Zehme wrote the pithy comments that accompany each picture.No plodding academic tome, this Virginia Woolf is, like its subject, smart, pithy, engaging.Though not a natural speaker his pithy style, backed by his fame and renunciation, strengthened the Student Volunteer Missionary movement.
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