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Definition of "laconically" []

  • (of a person's speech) using few words; terse (adjective)
  • In a terse manner, given to using few words. (adverb)

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Use "laconically" in a sentence
  • "Brooks replied, "laconically" that right before Christmas of that year, his mother's house in Chesterfield was burned to the ground."
  • ""She's made of it," laconically, "and I aims to stay by her.""
  • "“After you wit’ heem,” a bird called laconically, squeezing past going the other way and tutting in annoyance when they shoved her aside."
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