laconic [adjective]

Definition of laconic:

Using very few words; concise to the point of seeming rude or mysterious.

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Sentence/Example of laconic:

The manager's laconic reply left the team unsure of what to do next.

His laconic speech conveyed more meaning than many lengthy monologues.

She gave a laconic nod before exiting the room.

Despite the complexity of the issue, his response was surprisingly laconic.

The teacher appreciated the student's laconic summary of the novel.

The president's laconic statement sparked widespread speculation.

He was known for his laconic wit and dry humor.

Her laconic style of writing made her essays a pleasure to read.

During the meeting, his laconic comments often cut through the noise.

The detective’s laconic nature often intimidated suspects.