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adverb as in briefly

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The deputy Secretary of State, Wendy Sherman, put it more succinctly.

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Terra’s rapid rise and fall can be difficult to explain succinctly without any prior knowledge of the blockchain.

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So it is that the favorite to cut down the nets is the fourth-most-talked-about team entering the Final Four, or as ESPN’s Myron Medcalf succinctly put it, perhaps the least sexy storyline left.

Poland goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny, whose wife is Ukrainian, expressed his team’s position on the crisis succinctly at the weekend.

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It was Robert Morris who most succinctly challenged Charles Beard’s hypothesis.

From Time

The benefits are obvious, says 83-year-old Mariacristina Poggio, who sums it up succinctly: “I could die from the flu without it.”

As another elder in the valley put it—perhaps more succinctly—“emotions are for women.”

The worth of Death of a King lies in its story, succinctly and achingly told.

When a female candidate slips up, she should respond succinctly and then introduce third-party validators, said Carpenter.

Or as the New York Times succinctly put it, “NOBU: the name says it all.”

As Braunitsch had put it so succinctly, "Even the lowest worm can procreate itself—unfortunately."

From the Minority Report proposals, thus succinctly put, we have so far omitted what is really the kernel of the whole matter.

He stated Bassett's offer succinctly, telling of his visit to Fraserville and of the interview at the Whitcomb.

As Santry succinctly put it: "They've sure lost their goat."

With this preface, Sam related, as succinctly as he could, the last memorable conversation he had had with Mr. Pickwick.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to succinctly, such as: shortly, in a nutshell, in brief, in short, summarily, and to sum things up.

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