Talking little to much

laconic
(adj)
lǝ-CO-nic
Meaning

(of speech) brief; concise

1st Sample Sentence

When he arrived at work that morning, he found this laconic note from the boss on his desk: "You're fired."

Root

Lakon (person Lakonia, the district around Sparta in southern Ancient Greece; the inhabitants of Lakon were famously proud of their brevity of speech) (Greek)

Antonyms

effusive

Mnemonics

LAC. LACK, SO LACK OF WORDS in her speech, specify that she used very few words to portray her ideas. La - conic There is a LAck of words in the COMIC book. (lack-comic) Laconic = Lacking in sonic.

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