Epigrammatic

(adj.) terse or ingenious in expression; of or like an epigram*; using epigrams

*Epigram: “any witty, ingenious, or pointed saying tersely expressed.” (i.e. “I can resist anything but temptation” -Oscar Wilde, “If you can’t be a good example, you’ll just have to be a horrible warning” -Catherine the Great, “Little strokes Fell great oaks” – Ben Franklin)

Examples:

1. Circling around the dinner party, June kept epigrammatic conversation with the group of socialites.

 

2. While she appreciated a witty comment just as much as anyone, the epigrammatic dialogue of Sex and the City was too unrealistic for June to enjoy the show.