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    terse - Dictionary definition and meaning for word terse

    (adj) brief and to the point; effectively cut short
    Synonyms : crisp , curt , laconic
    Example Sentence
    • a crisp retort
    • a response so curt as to be almost rude
    • the laconic reply; `yes'
    • short and terse and easy to understand
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for terse

terse...sounds like TERESA..Here all her achievements,efforts everything has been consolidated, confined and put into a single word "MOTHER"..So TERSE means brief,concise

TERSE rhymes with VERSE.jus a verse is always CONCISE and PITHY

write mother teresa as terse....so u r riting concise and brief!

TEARse....when you tear your cloth it becomes brief,concise...

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Terse is when you Converse in a curt or concise manner.

<B>Time</B> spent in a <B>hearse</B> is brief by comparison.

read it as T-erase.... we erase unnecessary lines to make it short and concise

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