The adjective succinct means something that said in a clear and short way.

Synonyms are blunt, brief, concise, or pithy.

The word origins from Middle French (early 15th century) succincte, and Latin succinctus meaning “prepared, ready, contracted, short”, past participle of succingere “tuck up (clothes for action), gird from below”. It is derived from the assimilated form of sub meaning “up from under” plus cingere meaning “to gird”. Its sense of “brief, concise” is first recorded in 1530s.

He succinctly delivered his speech.

This encyclopedia gives succinct information about different wildlife around the world.

If you have something to write, make sure it is succinct enough for me to understand your point.