Definition of succinctness in English:

succinctness

noun

See succinct

  • ‘It presents the theory of dimension for separable metric spaces with what seems to be an impossible mixture of depth, clarity, precision, succinctness, and comprehensiveness.’
  • ‘Outstanding for her succinctness and profundity, she reminded one of her editors of Beethoven in his late period: ‘Where everything is getting pared down but the content is more concentrated’.’
  • ‘In his collection, poetic romance and realism, luxury and succinctness, conservatism and novelty are combined in a perfect way.’
  • ‘Granting myself the luxury of succinctness, I would like to keep a simplistic dualism in the text that follows.’
  • ‘The movement had the succinctness of a wall revolving to reveal a hidden door.’

Pronunciation

succinctness

/səkˈsɪŋ(k)tnəs/