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concision

noun con·ci·sion \kən-ˈsi-zhən\

Definition of CONCISION

1
archaic :  a cutting up or off
2
:  the quality or state of being concise

Examples of CONCISION

  1. <the essay is a marvel of concision and clarity>

Origin of CONCISION

Middle English, from Latin concision-, concisio, from concidere
First Known Use: 14th century

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