Laconic in a sentence as an adjective

"Well, it's terse, but let's see if we can't make it laconic"

Marvin replied, in his careful, laconic way, "Of course it will have biases.

My only gripe is the textbook: it looks slick, but the weird Greek letters start on the first page and the prose is...laconic.

I'm confused by their description of templates as "messy" and their decision to use laconic.

Give me a break...If I send a bug report and some lazy engineer replies back in laconic fashion with "It's not a bug" I would also have exploited the CEO profile.

Yesterday, somebody on HN wrote a laconic post and marked their articles as 'recycled trash from popular business / personal wealth books.

But its docs used to be of the frustrating varietyI hope this doesn't sound like a knock on open source technology, but when a company's only revenue stream is providing training and support for an open source framework, doesn't writing laconic documentation seem to be in their interest?

Laconic definitions


brief and to the point; effectively cut short; "a crisp retort"; "a response so curt as to be almost rude"; "the laconic reply; `yes'"; "short and terse and easy to understand"

See also: crisp curt terse