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Definition of Witty
(obsolete) Wise, having good judgement. | (archaic) Possessing a strong intellect or intellectual capacity; intelligent, skilful, ingenious. | Clever; amusingly ingenious.
How to use Witty in a Sentence?
He could not see a baby in long robes without a
image leaping into his mind.
She rarely said
things, but it was surprising how
others became in her company.
rejoinder made the
soldier frown, and the talk suddenly ceased.
He was an editor, critic, and poet, wielding a most
but bitterly sarcastic pen.
From what I have already said, it is
that she was an exceedingly
On the other hand, she had a free pen, to say the least of it, and often a
Estelle and Aurora went in turns to chat with him there, but not one
word reached Gerald.
Poet took him on his lap, And fed him, from above, with some choice bit.
The fair and
Lady Kilmarnock lived in the neighbourhood at Callender House.
A just and
judgment of Captain Smith was made almost in his own time by Thomas Fuller.
That he hid this
reserve behind frank manners and a
tongue was a characteristic of his race.
For almost two years it had reposed there, with no one to
it or dip into its
The townsfolk are very
and clever at giving nicknames, as the following little tales will show.
in these playful varieties of poetry, because wit in a large and serious work would be insufferable.
She had a
encounter with the President and a familiar home-thrust for all whom she encountered.
Not long after another subject gave me occasion to tell a
story, which somehow came to me at the moment.
The ghosts that sang in comical tableaux through the graveyard were equally convincing, genuinely
and simultaneously creepy.
It was generally agreed that she was both
and charming, the kind of girl men easily run after, but not the sort they usually marry.
Chaucer he loved as a bright and
companion; Wyclif he honored as the most learned churchman of the age.
When a fellow chances upon a
thing, he has a right to repeat it; besides, you have reason on your side.
The people of Arabia
or never engage in practical jokes, but they are often very
in their remarks.
and cleverly drawn picture, as sure in its touch and as effective in its results as a Gibson drawing.
He was very funny, and kept her laughing the whole way, with his broken English and his
He was as voluble as he was skilful, and as
as he was voluble; at least so I guessed from the laughter that frequently drowned his voice.
To be both
and wise is a great gift; to be
without being wise is a great misfortune; sometimes I think it has been your misfortune.
He seemed a sharp,
fellow, and I therefore entertained every confidence in his efforts to earn the promised reward.
Short Example Sentence for Witty
She is an anthology of
The sharpest repartee is both
She was young enough and
enough to be able to do so.
M. Evarts, in a
and characteristic address.
I am not only
in myself, but the
that wit is in other men.
The latter was the first baronet, and noted for his
Catching at words confined to pot-house farmers and village
There was, by the by, rather a
satire founded on my bear.
She is intelligent and graceful;
in season, fantastic in measure.
I am no conceited body; no newspaper Neddy; no pot-house
But Rosalind never; nor that nephew of mine, The
The young and
Countess of Marlanx came often to Edelweiss.
He's a very good sort of man, where he takes; and very
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