Definitions for laconismˈlæk əˌnɪz əm; ləˈkɒn əˌsɪz əm

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  1. laconism, laconicism(noun)

    terseness of expression

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  1. laconism(Noun)

    Extreme brevity in expression.

  2. laconism(Noun)

    A very or notably brief expression.

  3. Origin: From laconia, from Λακεδαίμων

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  1. Laconism(noun)

    a vigorous, brief manner of expression; laconic style

  2. Laconism(noun)

    an instance of laconic style or expression

  3. Origin: [Gr. , fr. to imitate Lacedaemonian manners, to speak laconically: cf. F. laconisme.]


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