Alligator," explained Jacinto succinctly
, in their tongue.
My immediate purpose is to place before the world, plainly, succinctly
, and without comment, a series of mere household events.
Gringoire made haste to relate to him as succinctly
as possible, all that the reader already knows, his adventure in the Court of Miracles and the broken-crock marriage.
You sum up the difficulties of the situation succinctly
and well," he said.
With this preface, Sam related, as succinctly
as he could, the last memorable conversation he had had with Mr.
Detective-inspector Japp was the first witness called when the trial was reopened, and gave his evidence succinctly
And he read aloud to me in his remarkable style, paralleling the text with a running criticism and commentary, lucidly wording involved and lumbering periods, casting side and cross lights upon the subject, introducing points the author had blundered past and objections he had ignored, catching up lost ends, flinging a contrast into a paradox and reducing it to a coherent and succinctly
stated truth--in short, flashing his luminous genius in a blaze of fire over pages erstwhile dull and heavy and lifeless.
Des Lupeaulx was succinctly
analyzed in five or six such paragraphs,-- the essence, in fact, of the biographical portrait which we gave at the beginning of this history.
In the end Saxon succinctly
epitomized their point of view.
A Explain, as succinctly
as you have to me, your moaning was a steam-valve for a high-pressure relationship you've no intention of ending.
All events succinctly
demonstrate how debased modern city society has become.
A mind-expanding and highly contemplative reflection upon the multifaceted dimensions of life, A Voice in the Wilderness draws the reader in with its succinctly
worded insights into the foibles and paradoxes of daily life.