Laconical

• (a.) Laconian; characteristic of, or like, the Spartans; hence, stern or severe; cruel; unflinching. • (a.) Expressing much in few words, after the manner of the Laconians or Spartans; brief and pithy; brusque; epigrammatic. In this sense laconic is the usual form. • (a.) See Laconic, a.
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laconical

1. Expressing much in few words, after the manner of the Laconians or Spartans; brief and pithy; brusque; epigrammatic. In this sense laconic is the usual form. 'I grow laconic even beyond laconicism; for sometimes I return only yes, or no, to questionary or petitionary epistles of half a yard long.' (Pope) 'His sense was strong and his style lacon...
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Laconical

La·con'ic·al adjective See Laconic , adjective
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laconical

laconical, laconically 1. Expressing much in a few words; after the manner of the Laconians, or Spartans; brief and pithy; brusque; epigrammatic. 2. Laconian; characteristic of, or like, the Spartans; hence, stern or severe; cruel; unflinching. 3. Synonyms: short, brief, concise, succinct, sententious, pointed, pithy.
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