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Origin of laconic
OTHER WORDS FROM laconicla·con·i·cal·ly, adverbun·la·con·ic, adjective
Words nearby laconic
Example sentences from the Web for laconic
She is laconic, matter of fact, and frequently speaks in “life is a journey”-type metaphors and aphorisms—all part of her charm.Diane von Furstenberg: How I Learned to Love My Wrap Dress|Lizzie Crocker|October 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
J.J. Cale, 74 No one has ever pared a song down to its essentials better than this laconic Oklahoma composer and performer.
In an unfinished high-rise in the middle of Caracas, a laconic, cynical "doctor" operates on his new patient.Damian Lewis Spills On ‘Homeland’s’ Shocking Plot Twist and Brody’s Return|Andrew Romano|October 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He pulls the reader in with his unpretentious, laconic style, and with his refusal to shy away from acknowledging his own flaws.Seeking Reconciliation with a Terrorist: A Jewish Journey|Lisa Goldman|September 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
My take is somewhat more laconic: this just doesn't matter much.
Ramsey was laconic in response to inquiries upon this subject.Ramsey Milholland|Booth Tarkington
When I heard this laconic declaration of love, I began to laugh immoderately, tore myself from her grasp, and rushed away.Solomon Maimon: An Autobiography.|Solomon Maimon
Yet I had spoken with quite an unwonted degree of warmth, when contrasted with my ordinary laconic way of expressing myself.A Frontier Mystery|Bertram Mitford
More than once she had left him with a laconic "Bye-bye," and he had spent a miserable evening before an unsympathetic fire.The White Shield|Myrtle Reed
"Otherwise I should have preferred starving to coming here," answered the laconic neophyte.Night and Morning, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton