1. Briefly giving the gist of something.
2. Characterized by clear, precise expressions in few words.

‘Succinct’ can be broken into ‘Suck + Ink’. Just remember that if you write a story in less words on a paper, it will suck or use less ink and hence relate it to the word succinct.

1. Her succinct summary at the end of the speech provided the most significant information.
2. John gave a succinct overview of the expansion project.
3. Everything should be professional, succinct, and measured.

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