Origin of concise
Examples from the Web for concisely
I realize now that I spoke to her in paragraphs, babbling on and on, while she talked sparingly but concisely.Marilyn and Me: On the 50th Anniversary of Monroe’s Death|Lawrence Schiller|August 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He's a very clear writer who can concisely outline large problems without oversimplifying their consequence.
Mr. Chorlton deals clearly and concisely with the whole subject of rating and land values.The Great Civil War in Lancashire (1642-1651)|Ernest Broxap
And he began clearly and concisely to explain his reasons for dissatisfaction with the Russian government.War and Peace|Leo Tolstoy
"It will not do to buy a pound of sugar and a pound of coffee at a time," said Jane concisely.Hope Mills|Amanda M. Douglas
Turning to another quartermaster, Dixon gave further orders clearly and concisely.Tomaso's Fortune and Other Stories|Henry Seton Merriman
William then slowly and concisely detailed the various points upon which he founded his suspicions.The Burglar's Fate And The Detectives|Allan Pinkerton
British Dictionary definitions for concisely
Word Origin for concise
Word Origin and History for concisely
1580s, from Latin concisus "cut off, brief," past participle of concidere "to cut off, cut up, cut through, cut to pieces," from com-, intensive prefix (see com-), + caedere "to cut" (see -cide). Related: Concisely.