[pith-ee] /ˈpɪθ i/
adjective, pithier, pithiest.
brief, forceful, and meaningful in expression; full of vigor, substance, or meaning; terse; forcible:
a pithy observation.
of, like, or abounding in .
adjective pithier, pithiest
terse and full of meaning or substance
of, resembling, or full of pith
early 14c., “strong, vigorous,” from pith (n.) + -y (2). Meaning “full of substance or significance” is from 1520s; literal meaning “full of pith” not attested until 1560s. Related: Pithily; pithiness.
principal, interest, taxes, and insurance
[pis-tl-eer] /ˌpɪs tlˈɪər/ noun, Archaic. 1. a person, especially a soldier, who uses or is armed with a . /ˌpɪstəˈlɪə/ noun 1. (obsolete) a person, esp a soldier, who is armed with or fires a pistol
[pi-stohl] /pɪˈstoʊl/ noun 1. a former gold coin of Spain, equal to two escudos. 2. any of various former gold coins of Europe, as the louis d’or. /pɪsˈtəʊl/ noun 1. any of various gold coins of varying value, formerly used in Europe n. former Spanish coin (not called that in Spanish), 1590s, from French pistole, […]
[pis-tl] /ˈpɪs tl/ noun 1. a short firearm intended to be held and fired with one hand. verb (used with object), pistoled, pistoling or (especially British) pistolled, pistolling. 2. to shoot with a pistol. /ˈpɪstəl/ noun 1. a short-barrelled handgun 2. hold a pistol to a person’s head, to threaten a person in order to […]