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Using as few words as possible; pithy and concise.

Abruptly or brusquely short. Showing page 1. Found 4 sentences matching phrase "laconic". Found in 1 ms.

Translation memories are created by human, but computer aligned, which might cause mistakes. They come from many sources and are not checked. Be warned. How much do you know about Norwegian people?

Plus, after the uproar last week over my writing about how Expressions sex store in Sandefjord secretly wish I were ScottishI feel like I need to show a little love for my Norwegian roots.

And I should feel guilty, because being even only half Norwegian is awesome. It seems like pretty much anything will count as entertainment for a Norwegian person. Hello, slow tv. And have you seen the Norwegian news?

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I find myself doing it all the time now as well, even with my non Norwegian friends, who are just like, can you please use your words?

Sorry, friends, this is the Norwegian way.

Follow me on Instagram. Norwegian people have an amazing and sometimes downright baffling ability to brush anything off.

Though after moving up to Northern Norway I would just like to add that this pereon not be true of Northerners. In fact I feel like Northern Norwegian people are so different than the Norwegians of the south that maybe they deserve their own blog post.

What do you think, should I write up something about Northern Norwegian people? Some people are so blonde here they have to draw on their eyebrows. Sometimes they get a little crazy with their love.

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Well, sort of. Oh wait, that was me. ❶Btw: I love Norway! Gotta give a good first impression and all.

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Japanese Simplified Chinese China. Question about English Laconic person in Norway. What Laconoc the difference between a laconic person and a reticent person and a taciturn person? Laonic free to just provide personn sentences. Reticent and taciturn both mean quiet and reserved.

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Laconic means that they are concise. However all three words maybe except taciturn are not particularly common! Read more comments.]An outgoing, extravagantly verbal man, he now lived among laconic Norwegians.

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April' – 'Weserday is 9 April', was the laconic entry in the war diary of to what extent the Norwegians would oppose an Allied invasion.2 Judging from .