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Noun. Rare. Mid-17th century.
[Latin breviloquentia, from brevis BRIEF adjective, short, + loquentia speaking.]
Brevity of speech.
I adore breviloquence.
(I can't say anymore without being a hypocrite, but putting it in a smaller font size compensates, right? And don't you just love the picture? Do you get the analogy? It's a zip, with a love heart, or, in other words, "I love it when you zip it!" Well, not zip it entirely, because that's not what breviloquence is, but "I love it when you say what you need to say and then zip it." Cool eh? Right. I'm in danger of drifting into the aforementioned hypocrisy here, so I'm gonna zip it and you're gonna love it, OK? And I'd also love it it you left breviloquent comments below. Just right below here - in that little box marked 'comments'. Right.)