noun, plural smart·ies.
- smash hit,
Origin of smarty
Examples from the Web for smarty
Instead, the deflating moment came when 36–1 long shot Birdstone chased down the frontrunning Smarty Jones on the home stretch.
In 2004, Smarty Jones—undefeated going into the race—had the benefit of a nice story.
I was a smarty kid, And they were less frequent then than later.The Book of Humorous Verse|Various
Smarty DuPree hasn't much show when six of the fellows are going to vote for me.A Son of the City|Herman Gastrell Seely
Ole Brer Wolf, he tuck'n year 'bout de muster, un he sech a smarty dat nothin' aint gwine do but he mus' go un see w'at dey doin'.Nights With Uncle Remus|Joel Chandler Harris
"I don't care, Mr. Smarty," the girl replied; she made a motion as if to walk away, but did not.A Certain Rich Man|William Allen White
"No, we've got straw pie for you, Mr. Smarty," called out Alice Strobell.The Rover Boys in the Land of Luck|Edward Stratemeyer