brief and clearly expressed
succinct - brief
To be ‘succinct’ means to speak in a clear, short way. By expressing what needs to be said without unnecessary words, you can hold the attention of an audience better and make your point easier to understand.
I was given a succinct set of instructions which made performing the task relatively simple.
Your speech is far too long-winded. Without succinctness you won’t grab the audience’s attention.
I couldn’t understand the point Adam made in the meeting, so I asked him to put it more succinctly.