more compact

[ adjective kuhm-pakt, kom-, kom-pakt; verb kuhm-pakt; noun kom-pakt ]SEE DEFINITION OF more compact
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The depot was not only smaller and more compact, but it was deserted at intervals.

Rome is, I think, larger and more compact than Constantinople.

It is more compact than Vildrac's "Auberge," and has not Vildrac's tendency to sentiment.

Surrounding the nerve, the cells are small and more compact.

The former are much stronger, more compact, and more elongated than the others.

It is more compact, more picturesque, more vigorous, more finished.

Some specimens are white and spongy; and these, it is asserted, are superior in activity to the more compact kinds.

Below this is a more compact basalt, with crystals of olivine.

The scapula is, in this case, of a more compact type; it is broader, but shorter.

Nothing could be more compact and modest than his household.