Epitome vs Succinct - What's the difference?
As a noun epitome
) (embodiment or encapsulation of
As an adjective succinct is
brief and to the point.
(of a class of items) The embodiment or encapsulation of.
(of a class of items) A representative example.
(of a class of items) The height; the best.
(of a written document) A brief summary.
The sense ‘the height, the best’ is considered incorrect by some; instead, `pinnacle' may be preferred.
* (an embodiment of) in a nutshell (modern idiom), synopsis
* (the best) greatest
* (a summary) abstract, synopsis
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.
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