Laconic and Prolix

Laconic

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Laconic adjective – Marked by the use of few words to convey much information or meaning.
Usage example: the sportscaster's color commentary tends to be laconic but very much to the point

Prolix is an antonym for laconic.
Nearby Words: laconically, laconical
Antonyms for Laconic

Prolix

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Prolix adjective – Using or containing more words than necessary to express an idea.
Usage example: a person known for habitually transforming brief anecdotes into prolix sagas that exhaust their listeners

Laconic is an antonym for prolix.
Nearby Word: prolixity
Antonyms for Prolix
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Prolix and Laconic. (2016). Retrieved 2021, April 18, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/laconic/prolix
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