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>
likho nic. not full
laconicus 'of Sparta', from Greek lakonikos; because the people of ancient Sparta were famous for not using many words]
churlish is rhyming to chal-ri which means to be rude to a girl
laconic = lac ( lakh ) + on + ic ( integrated circuit); Lakh line programs on integrated circuit, so everthing abt the operation is concise in the chip.
sound like la+ conic. french for the cone. a cone has a pointed to..hence its to the point.
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
means lacking in words. "lacks in phonics" phonics deal with words/speech
He was not one prone to speak. His manner was LACONIC. The request was to his bar-keep. . . Three words -- â€œGin And Tonicâ€.
COMIC(conic) books don't use LACs of words and use only few words as most of the things are cleared through pictures