If a phrase adheres to a certain rule, then I call it an Efficient Phrase™.
Use the examples below to find the rule.
An Efficient Phrase™ is one where
each of its letters can be drawn as a single line, without lifting the pen or retracing your path. This allows the letters
BCDGIJLMNOPSUVWZ. This limits the word more than it might seem because the three most common letters
Perhaps it's that an 'E'fficient Phrasetm has
no 'ETA' (estimated time of arrival).
Though I would have thought the opposite to be true.
the full list of letters that are missing are: AEFHKQRTXY, which, when rearranged, gives us TRAHKXEFQY*, a common antonym of "efficient".
*not a word