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succinct

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsuccinctsuc‧cinct /səkˈsɪŋkt/ adjective 🔊 🔊 SHORT/NOT LONGclearly expressed in a few words – use this to show approval syn concise 🔊 a succinct explanationsuccinctly adverb 🔊 Anderson put the same point more succinctly.succinctness noun [uncountable]
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succinctJim Burke and Horace Deets were succinct.Recent policy statements have been even more succinct.We remember what is short and succinct.The new labelling is more succinct and advises consumers simply that oat bran may help prevent heart disease.Ray was seldom inclined to be succinct, and he gave his interrogators the full benefit of his thinking.Each contribution is well referenced and has a succinct conclusion.a succinct description of the Egyptian writing systemA good conceptual clusterer is one which finds a succinct meaningful hierarchy of succinct definitions of meaningful concepts.He was simply making a point, stating a fact, in his inimitably succinct style.
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