He's a very clear writer who can concisely outline large problems without oversimplifying their consequence.
I realize now that I spoke to her in paragraphs, babbling on and on, while she talked sparingly but concisely.
He answered the questions put to him clearly, concisely—with the most profound indifference.
Uncle Israel, as Dick concisely expressed it, was “pie for the cranks.”
They are taught in the maxims with a great variety of application, and nowhere so concisely summarised as in one of them.
"I've rather got to count on you in this thing, Dennison," he said concisely.
"I hope it will prove as you anticipate," put in John Allandale, concisely.
When he decided to speak it was with rapid enunciation, but clearly and concisely.
And this concisely expresses the feeling with which a wearied man may seek his holiday in such an island as this.
I shall give an account of one or two of these feasts as concisely as I can.