Definition of LACONIC

marked by the use of few words to convey much information or meaning <the sportscaster's color commentary tends to be laconic but very much to the point>
tending not to speak frequently (as by habit or inclination) <laconic by nature, he found the monastery's vow of silence was very much to his liking>

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