Brevirostrate



having a short beak or bill.

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  • Brevis

    art is long, life is short. a mark (˘) over a vowel to show that it is short, or to indicate a specific pronunciation, as ŭ in (kŭt) cut. Law. an initial writ. a writ, as one issued by a court of law. Music. the longest modern note, equivalent to two semibreves or whole notes. […]

  • Brevities

    shortness of time or duration; briefness: the brevity of human life. the quality of expressing much in few words; terseness: Ironically, it is long-winded Polonius in Shakespeare’s Hamlet who famously says that brevity is the soul of wit. Historical Examples Birth of a Reformation Andrew Byers noun (pl) -ties conciseness of expression; lack of verbosity […]



  • Brevity

    shortness of time or duration; briefness: the brevity of human life. the quality of expressing much in few words; terseness: Ironically, it is long-winded Polonius in Shakespeare’s Hamlet who famously says that brevity is the soul of wit. Contemporary Examples David’s Book Club: The Souls of Black Folk David Frum May 4, 2013 What Did […]

  • Brevity-is-the-soul-of-wit

    brevity is the soul of wit



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