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Correct spelling:
concise
Definition:
Comprehending much in few words; brief; terse.

Synonyms:

adjective
all
concise.
aphoristic
apothegmatic.
compendious
synoptic.
concise
abrupt, blunt, brusque, incisive, short and sweet, terse, to the point, brief, compact, curt, short, succinct.
intelligent
incisive.
little
delicate, diminutive, few, meager, minute, narrow, paltry, scanty, brief, compact, little, low, puny, short, small, succinct.
short
abridged, brief, clipped, compact, condensed, curt, little, low, petite, picayune, puny, runty, short, shortest, small, squat, stumpy, succinct, unprolonged, Curtate, decurtate, Unsustained, cut to bone, cut to the bone, not protracted, under-sized.
short, to the point
abridged, brief, compact, compendious, compressed, condensed, curt, epigrammatic, in a nutshell, laconic, lean, meaty, pithy, short and sweet, succinct, summary, synoptic, terse, Marrowy, boiled down, breviloquent, compendiary.
shortened
condensed.
succinct
cogent, compressed, economical, pointed, tight, in few words.
noun
concise
aphoristic, apothegmatic, brief, compact, compendious, crisp, cryptic, curt, elliptic, elliptical, epigrammatic, laconic, pithy, sententious, succinct, summary, telegraphic, terse.
Examples of usage:
  1. Shelby told his whereabouts, and requested the prompt services of Jasper Hinchey and three or four kindred spirits, ringing off after certain mysterious, though concise, directions regarding a concert hall in the Flats, which he meant shortly to utilize. – The Henchman by Mark Lee Luther
  2. I say, George, wasn't the news definite- concise? – "The Pomp of Yesterday" by Joseph Hocking
  3. 2, " Go down to the potter's house, and thither will I cause thee to hear My voice," is a concise mode of expression for, " I will send My voice thither, and cause thee to hear there;" 1 Chron. – Christology of the Old Testament: And a Commentary on the Messianic Predictions, v. 1 by Ernst Wilhelm Hengstenberg
  4. The drawings are accompanied by a concise description of each bird. – The History of the European Fauna by R. F. Scharff
  5. Published in English, everything of which it treats is explained in simple and concise language. – The Empire of the East by H. B. Montgomery

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