In archaic|lang=en terms the difference between succinct and abridge
is that succinct
is (archaic) wrapped by, or as if by a girdle; closely fitting, wound or wrapped or drawn up tightly while abridge
is (archaic) to deprive; to cut off .
As an adjective succinct
is brief and to the point.
As a verb abridge is
(archaic) to deprive; to cut off .
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
brief and to the point
compressed into a tiny area.
(archaic) wrapped by, or as if by a girdle; closely fitting, wound or wrapped or drawn up tightly.
* See also
(archaic) To deprive; to cut off.
(transitive, archaic, rare) To debar from.
To make shorter; to shorten in duration or extent. [ ]
* The bridegroom ... abridged his visit. - Smollett
* She retired herself to Sebaste, and abridged her train from state to necessity. - Fuller
To shorten or contract by using fewer words, yet retaining the sense; to epitomize; to condense; as, to abridge a history or dictionary. [ ]
Cut short; truncate. [ ]
To curtail. [ ]
- He had his rights abridged by the crooked sheriff.
* (deprive) Usually used with to' or sometimes with '''from''' as, to ' abridge one of his rights.