Examples from the Web for conciseness
“Poetry seems to me to exist in terms of its conciseness—how much can be packed in,” he told Bernard Levin in 1980.Sondheim on Sondheim: American Musical Theater in Six Songs|Jimmy So|December 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
For instrumental music, where many octaves are used, the system is modified without losing its simplicity and conciseness.
In this poem we have rhythmic flow, passion, and two qualities rarely found in Lamartine's productions—vigour and conciseness.
I am not so fond of conciseness as not to make room for brightening a narration with proper embellishments.The Training of a Public Speaker|Grenville Kleiser
The teacher should strive for brevity, conciseness, and vivacity in descriptions.Montessori Elementary Materials|Maria Montessori
Notwithstanding this conciseness, his works extend to a formidable length.
Culture definitions for conciseness
Economy in writing or speaking. “Bill loves to go to the movies because watching films is a real pleasure to him” is not as concise as “Bill loves to watch movies.” (Compare circumlocution.)