concise[ kuhn-sahys ]SEE DEFINITION OF concise
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONCISE
It was that of Demosthenes, concise, energetic, and commanding.
He is often obscure, but has the power to be concise and luminous.
Diarists agree in the concise terms with which they describe the town.
"Too dry," was the concise expression he used in reference to this state.
All the merit of proverbs consists in the concise and picturesque expression.
I got three lines from him, very dry and concise, saying 'no' to me.
And Worth gave her a concise account of the theft and his own share in the affair.
I had sent her as concise a report as I could make—to her, for Worth.
Lebel asked her, in concise terms, if she would become his wife.
"Everything," was Ricardo's concise answer, in a low, emphatic whisper.