Origin of sharp-witted
Related formssharp-wit·ted·ly, adverbsharp-wit·ted·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for sharp-witted
Noel was a sharp-witted lad, as he had himself said, and there had been no opportunity of coaching the servants.Mollie's Prince|Rosa Nouchette Carey
Having guessed that much, it was only a few moments until the sharp-witted young scout learned the full truth.
However, it soon became evident that sharp-witted Spotted Deer had guessed his intention.
Yet it serves to show the close observation of these sharp-witted fellows.The Canterbury Puzzles|Henry Ernest Dudeney
He is cautious, subtle, intelligent and sharp-witted—good gifts when they are well used.Narrative of New Netherland|Various