Top Definition
Full of meaning or force, containing a definite point.
Wow that speech Bob gave the other day was pithy! So easy to understand, he really stuck to the point.
by 05o43289529 May 17, 2004
A word used by Bill O'Reilly on every episode of his Fox News Channel show "The O'Reilly Factor" to describe witty comments.
"Keep 'em Pithy! - Bill O'Reilly, "The O'Reilly Factor"
by GenesisX March 31, 2005
Pithy = concise, to the point.
Most politicans are not pithy - politicans by their nature usually can not keep their comments concise or to the point. Most voters would appreciate political leaders who could get their points across in a concise forceful way - without alot of bloviating - keeping it pithy !
by WET CARGO BOY March 18, 2006
Full of or resembling pith, to the point, brief yet forceful.
While pithing at the urinal, Geraldo made a pithy remark to the burly man pithing next to engendered a pithy reply and the loss of his Rolex watch.
by harry flashman July 23, 2003
Containing much pith; concise and forcefully expressive
" 'Tis an exceedingly pithy orange."

Bill O'Reilly is known for asking his viewers to send in pithy comments.
by J. C. May 21, 2006
something absurd or ridiculous
teacher: sit down stevie
stevie: bitch this shit is a pithy
by Stevie February 24, 2005

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