laconic - Dictionary definition and meaning for word laconic
LAC..LACK, SO LACK OF WORDS in her speech, specify that she used very few words to portray her ideas.
Laconic = Lacking in sonic.
LACONIC: it ends with conic... which looks like CONCISE-- using few words
LA+CONE....I asked my friend to bring a cone so that I can underline the important lines and make a speech that is laconic and to the point
La-CONIC Conic sections are shapes taken from the intersection of a plane with a cone. Cone -> Sharp point
Lac(Lack) conic (communic-ation)--- Lack in communication means speech
To <B>Lack Phonic</B>
laconicus 'of Sparta', from Greek lakonikos; because the people of ancient Sparta were famous for not using many words]
likho nic. not full
churlish is rhyming to chal-ri which means to be rude to a girl
COMIC(conic) books don't use LACs of words and use only few words as most of the things are cleared through pictures
He was not one prone to speak. His manner was LACONIC. The request was to his bar-keep. . . Three words -- â€œGin And Tonicâ€.
means lacking in words. "lacks in phonics" phonics deal with words/speech
It's a writer who gets a lack on..in other words when his lack is off he writes a lot..and when his lack is on ...he writes a little bcz he lacks many words
sound like la+ conic. french for the cone. a cone has a pointed to..hence its to the point.
laconic = lac ( lakh ) + on + ic ( integrated circuit); Lakh line programs on integrated circuit, so everthing abt the operation is concise in the chip.