Definition of pithily in English:

pithily

adverb

  • See pithy

    • ‘Jean-Paul Sartre pithily summed up the French attitude in 1953: ‘America has rabies.’’
    • ‘Gandhi pithily expressed his deep yearning in 1936 to Maurice Frydman, a Polish engineer, while discussing the village reconstruction movement.’
    • ‘As Judge Roberts pithily pointed out in the hearings, only one justice thought that both of the leading establishment clause cases delivered this last term were correctly decided.’
    • ‘I found my page and there was a photo of myself and underneath it my talents were pithily described.’
    • ‘To put it more pithily: ‘Popular speech never needs defending.’’

Pronunciation

pithily

/ˈpɪθɪli/