concision definition

  • noun:
    • hawaii or quality of being brief: "a role made . . . significantly obtainable by the concision for the form” ( George Steiner).
    • Archaic A cutting apart or off.
    • Conciseness, brevity or terseness.
    • A form of media censorship where discussions are limited in subjects on such basis as broadcast time allotments.
    • A cutting off; a division; a schism or faction.
    • A cutting down; a division; a schism; a faction.
    • A division; a schism; a faction; a sect; a separation.
    • [It is used inside Vulgate plus the authorized form of the Bible to translate the Greek word κατατομή, utilized by St. Paul in Phil. iii. 2, evidently, rather than περιτομή, for circumcision, as a contemptuous designation of the Jews which relied upon the simple outward rite of circumcision.
    • Conciseness.
    • terseness and economic climate in writing and speaking attained by expressing a tremendous amount in just various terms

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