The property of being concise, succinctness.(noun)
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Use "conciseness" in a sentence
"Mauriac remains unequalled in conciseness and expressive force of language; his prose can in a few suggestive lines shed light on the most complex and difficult things."
"We often mistake talking for a long time with being persuasive, but if you’re in a debate or other situation where you need to persuade others of your point of view, conciseness is often a more worthy aim."
"Dar sees the influence of Levin the director on her work in the attribute of conciseness, that is, “the ability to create an [entire] atmosphere using one effect” (Haaretz, March 22, 1989)."