Thesaurus.com
Thesaurus / laconic
FEEDBACK

How to use laconic in a sentence

Ramsey was laconic in response to inquiries upon this subject.
RAMSEY MILHOLLANDBOOTH TARKINGTON
When I heard this laconic declaration of love, I began to laugh immoderately, tore myself from her grasp, and rushed away.
SOLOMON MAIMON: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY.SOLOMON MAIMON
Yet I had spoken with quite an unwonted degree of warmth, when contrasted with my ordinary laconic way of expressing myself.
A FRONTIER MYSTERYBERTRAM MITFORD
More than once she had left him with a laconic "Bye-bye," and he had spent a miserable evening before an unsympathetic fire.
THE WHITE SHIELDMYRTLE REED
"Otherwise I should have preferred starving to coming here," answered the laconic neophyte.
NIGHT AND MORNING, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
But it is difficult from the fragmentary and laconic sayings of Ibn Ezra to extract a consistent and certain system.
A HISTORY OF MEDIAEVAL JEWISH PHILOSOPHYISAAC HUSIK
More laconic, and yet expressive of a more deadly blight, was the letter from a girl of fifteen in another State.
THE AMERICAN COUNTRY GIRLMARTHA FOOTE CROW
As the Englishman rejoined them after this laconic interview, Blythe greeted him with a new theory.
A BOOKFUL OF GIRLSANNA FULLER
With these laconic words he turned on his heel, and regained without interruption the portal by which he had entered.
BENTLEY'S MISCELLANY, VOLUME IIVARIOUS
You state, that a much more laconic reply to your letter of 23d October would have served your purpose.
CORRESPONDENCE, BETWEEN THE LATE COMMODORE STEPHEN DECATUR AND COMMODORE JAMES BARRONSTEPHEN DECATUR

WORDS RELATED TO LACONIC

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

WORD OF THE DAY

neophytenoun | [nee-uh-fahyt ]SEE DEFINITION