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1‘her short, epigrammatic verses’
concise, succinct, terse, pithy, aphoristic, compact, condensed, compressed, short, brief
laconic, sparing, clipped, elliptical
tight, crisp, incisive, pointed, to the point, short and sweet
witty, clever, amusing, quick-witted, piquant, ingenious
sharp, trenchant, well tuned, finely honed, in well-chosen words
rare lapidary, compendious, synoptic, gnomic, apophthegmatic
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