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Felicitous vs. Pithily

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  • Felicitous (adjective)

    Characterized by felicity.

    "infelicitous|unfelicitous"

  • Felicitous (adjective)

    Appropriate, fitting.

    "opportune|wealful|q2=dialectal or obsolete"

  • Felicitous (adjective)

    Auspicious, fortunate, lucky.

  • Felicitous (adjective)

    Of a sentence or utterance: semantically and pragmatically coherent; fitting in the context.

    "infelicitous"

    "This sentence is grammatical; it is just not felicitous."

  • Pithily (adverb)

    In a pithy manner, concisely and to the point.

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  • Felicitous (adjective)

    Characterized by felicity; happy; prosperous; delightful; skillful; successful; happily applied or expressed; appropriate.

  • Pithily (adverb)

    In a pithy manner.

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