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Definition of: compendious

(kəm·pendē·əs) adjective
Briefly stated; succinct; concise; containing the substance in narrow compass. See synonyms under TERSE. [<L compendiosus brief <compendium COMPENDIUM]
—com·pen′di·ous·ly
adverb
—com
·pen′di·ous·ness noun

Most often used phrases:

compendious history
compendious book
compendious view
compendious syriac
compendious grammar
compendious treatise
compendious dictionary
compendious work
ane compendious
compendious booke
new compendious
compendious list
compendious system
compendious german
compendious introduction

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Phrases starting with the letter: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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