She was always alert to what was going on, and her comments were pithy and to the point.
Twitter is often the best place to go these days for pithy expressions of popular sentiment.
He defines Dynamic Inaction with one pithy aphorism: “When in doubt, mumble; when in trouble, delegate; when in charge, ponder.”
Mandery knows when to be pithy and when to go long, like in passages about the subtleties of memoranda.
Lots of events have pithy names, but this one was in fact apt.
Lac′onism, Lacon′icism, a concise style: a short, pithy phrase.
The form of his judgment had to be pithy, striking, engraved within a ring.
Scarcely any literature is so entirely unprofitable as the so-called criticism that overlays a pithy text with a windy sermon.
I crystallized my ideas into pithy sentences which a child could have understood.
Captives discarded the resinous and pithy, outer layers of juniper berries.