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See definition of synoptic on Dictionary.com
  • as incompendious
  • as incomprehensive
  • as inconcise

synonyms for synoptic

  • abbreviated
  • breviloquent
  • brief
  • close
  • compact
  • compendiary
  • comprehensive
  • concise
  • condensed
  • contracted
  • curt
  • inclusive
  • laconic
  • short
  • short and sweet
  • succinct
  • summarized
  • summary
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antonyms for synoptic

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  • enlarged
  • lengthened
  • unabridged
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How to use synoptic in a sentence

The walls opposite the windows are in both rooms lined with cases, in which there is a fine synoptic series.
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In this way what are called synoptic charts were established.
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WORDS RELATED TO SYNOPTIC

  • abbreviated
  • breviloquent
  • brief
  • close
  • compact
  • compendiary
  • comprehensive
  • concise
  • condensed
  • contracted
  • curt
  • inclusive
  • laconic
  • short
  • short and sweet
  • succinct
  • summarized
  • summary
  • synoptic
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