Then, a succinct slaying of the awful "We Built That" meme which so awkwardly defined the convention in Tampa.
The scenes are succinct, by and large; the patter of the characters rolls right along, whether you catch their drift or not.
Her few comments to the press included a succinct summary of her views on capital punishment.
Her verdict was succinct: “They are not clothes for playing in, they are clothes for showing off at the airport.”
Her response was succinct: More women in combat, in places like Congo and Liberia.
Fielding is, to be brief, the succinct antithesis of Richardson, and represents the opposite pole of English character.
“It be true though, sir,” said Bill, not understanding what succinct meant.
Here I deposited a succinct record of our condition and purposes, and then directed our course south by west into the ice-fields.
The accounts of each composer are succinct and yet sufficient.
A succinct, well-digested review of German social and economic legislation since 1870.
early 15c., "having one's belt fastened tightly," from Middle French succincte, from Latin succinctus "prepared, ready, contracted, short," past participle of succingere "tuck up (clothes for action), gird from below," from sub "up from under" (see sub-) + cingere "to gird" (see cinch). Sense of "brief, concise" first recorded early 15c.