brief, yet including all important information (adjective)
Examples of word concise
The book also comes in concise and pocket editions, which are shorter but newer; i.e., they are not just abridged editions.
Our Constitution is drafted in concise and general propositions, which is a foundation of its longevity.
Annie R. Leo, Leo, Leo, No! Great advice, and EVERYONE should read and digest this, but the REAL SECRET in learning to be concise is … well, let me add a historic lesson.
The Director would have been well within his rights, and could not have been accused of discourtesy, if he had allowed a certain short, concise sentence at the left-hand corner of the official sheet of paper which he signed, to remain.
The material regarding H5N1, the historical aspect (1918), 'modern' concerns and home preparation are all included in short concise slides with ample graphics.
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You'll find how-to videos marked "In Plain English" - concise but thorough blog posts about marketing technique and an entire group dedicated specifically to mastering search engine optimization.
They're not generally more than four lines with varying rhyme schemes, and the only real requirement is that they're witty and concise, which is what I suppose what people who scrawl things in public spaces think they're being.