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use "laconic" in a sentence

"His detailed reports to his master are a hideous record of fire and bloodshed, chronicled in the most factual and laconic manner." He quotes the 'De solstitiia' as explicitly stating this in an almost laconic way: "Therefore, our O Lord was conceived on the eighth of the
finish sixth.

Mansa Maghan I spent wastefully and was the first lackluster emperor since Khalifa.

Brown did not inspire fans' or teammates confidence and put up lackluster numbers.

LA Weekly, 2009-01-01 LA Observed, 2008-12-09 At the same time, his showing and that of the candidates he supported in the election were lackluster.

Travis Fickett of IGN gave it 7.6 out of 10, calling it "a lackluster pilot that promises to be a pretty good series."

Although he was disappointed by Jennifer Beals' lackluster, vanilla performance.

N-Europe: Wii Review: Disaster: Day Of Crisis In contrast, GameSpot called the game "unfocused and scatterbrained", with "lackluster" graphics and sound.

A lackluster crowd of only 18,500 attended the second edition of The Winston, with only twenty-three cars racing in the two races combined.

In the ensuing three rounds, however, Penn turned out a lackluster performance.

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