Concision (noun)

The quality of being brief and to the point; the use of few words to express much in writing or speech.


From the latin word concisio, meaning 'a cutting up' or 'a brevity'.


  1. The writer was admired for his concision, being able to express complex ideas in just a few words.
  2. The speech was memorable for its concision, leaving a lasting impression on the audience.
  3. Concision is an important aspect of effective communication, especially in today's fast-paced world.
  4. Her writing style was characterized by its concision, making it easy for readers to understand her ideas.
  5. He was praised for his concision in the presentation, as he was able to convey his message in a clear and concise manner.
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