Etymology
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telegraphese (n.)

stripped-down style used to save expenses in writing telegraphs, 1885, from telegraph (n.) + -ese. Earlier in reference to the style of writing in the London "Daily Telegraph," which was rather the reverse.

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Definitions of telegraphese

telegraphese (n.)
language characterized by terseness and ellipsis as in telegrams;
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