The front page of every British newspaper Friday morning demonstrated this most succinctly.
Or as the New York Times succinctly put it, “NOBU: the name says it all.”
The worth of Death of a King lies in its story, succinctly and achingly told.
The strains of adolescence have rarely been summed up so succinctly.
Modesty aside, he was happy to succinctly explain to me how the livestream was produced.
With this preface, Sam related, as succinctly as he could, the last memorable conversation he had had with Mr. Pickwick.
We cannot, says The Board, succinctly, drawing its salary; It increases the tax rate.
A code is compiled for the purpose of succinctly stating laws and for fixing penalties for an offense.
Since, however, he has made the Query, I will answer it as succinctly as I can.
As between plaintiff and defendant, the opposite cases were succinctly stated by Dean Close and Mr. Buckstone.
early 15c., "having one's belt fastened tightly," from Middle French succincte, from Latin succinctus "prepared, ready, contracted, short," past participle of succingere "tuck up (clothes for action), gird from below," from sub "up from under" (see sub-) + cingere "to gird" (see cinch). Sense of "brief, concise" first recorded early 15c.