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- adv. In a succinct manner, concisely.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a succinct manner; briefly; concisely; tersely: as, the facts were succinctly stated.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with concise and precise brevity; to the point
The title succinctly describes its purpose of winning the Jews over, on the grounds that Moses, like Jesus, had received the revelation of the ancient synarchy.
And if you're wondering what a show called "Conveyor Belt of Love" would entail, well, the title succinctly and depressingly pretty well says it all.
February 16th, 2009 at 11: 13 am forget the Gingrich comparison … the point that Yglesias makes even more succinctly is that Cantor is a political hack – and not even a good one at that.
Don Martin succinctly makes the point that needs to be made:
A sign displayed by two fans during a match Bayern Munich was struggling to win succinctly summarized the primary cause: "Ballack, you are irreplaceable," translated the English-language TV commentator.
Seth Godin succinctly raises the hoary chestnut of the role of marketing.
Jencks presents his case in a new book whose title succinctly sums up his approach:
This definition of the word succinctly says it all.
The Early Middle Ages has always been my most favorite period of history and I’ve never been able to explain succinctly why.
But the philosophy that TBL stated so succinctly is so important that it’s worth codifying as a law.
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