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pithy
used in The Glass Castle

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Definition
concise (said in few words), but full of meaning
  • If the typewriter keys were clattering away, she was at work on one of her novels, poems, plays, short stories, or her illustrated collection of pithy sayings—one was "Life is a bowl of cherries, with a few nuts thrown in"—which she'd titled "R. M. Walls's Philosophy of Life."
    p. 98.4
pithy = concise (said in few words), but full of meaning
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