Examples of concision in a Sentence
the essay is a marvel of concision and clarity
Recent Examples of concision from the Web
This interview has been edited for clarity and concision.
Our interview has been edited for concision and clarity.
And those on the wrong side of middle age will appreciate the freshness, warmth and concision of the show, as well as the wisdom of the message, which is about the ability of kids to work through their problems.
With commendable concision and insight, the film sympathetically reveals the challenges they each face on the home front.
In some ways Giallorenzo tantalizingly reimagines the sound of 50s Chicago—when Sun Ra could be found playing gigs across town from Ahmad Jamal—with concision and an exploratory vibe, though in his hands there’s no trace of mischief.
The exchange has been edited for clarity and concision: So, let’s start with elevator pitch: What does this bill aim to achieve, and how does the legislation aim to achieve it?
For the sake of narrative speed and cinematic concision, it is compelled to jettison superfluous characters and an entire parallel story line: that of Gloucester, yet another father of wicked and favorable offspring.
All that natural beauty does its part to draw you in, as do the tight introductions, which Philip narrates with concision over radiant images from his formative years.
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Origin and Etymology of concision
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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