But perhaps Jonathan Chait of New York magazine captured it nicely in one pithy sentence.
She was always alert to what was going on, and her comments were pithy and to the point.
We round up some of the most pithy comments from the general, who died Thursday of complications of pneumonia.
I had the pleasure of hearing one—a short, pithy gem called “The Italian System”—at a reading in Trastevere last month.
Mandery knows when to be pithy and when to go long, like in passages about the subtleties of memoranda.
Lac′onism, Lacon′icism, a concise style: a short, pithy phrase.
I particularly enjoyed the pithy judgment in about five words on Comte.
Scarcely any literature is so entirely unprofitable as the so-called criticism that overlays a pithy text with a windy sermon.
The form of his judgment had to be pithy, striking, engraved within a ring.
Captives discarded the resinous and pithy, outer layers of juniper berries.