noun, plural smart·ies.Informal
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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.
Republican strategists have for years skewered smarty-pants Democrats as Ivy League elitists—often with good reason.Sanford's Dereliction of Duty Trumps His Hypocrisy|Paul Begala|June 24, 2009|DAILY BEAST
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
The way I'd put it now—having read a lot more of his new-dawning—I'd say he was a little Jew smarty.The Wrong Twin|Harry Leon Wilson
"You're so big and smarty," she said to him once, affectionately, pinioning his arms and looking into his eyes.The "Genius"|Theodore Dreiser
Well, I'll bet you can't get a chicken out of our barn 'thout our Dog gettin' you, Mr. Smarty.Two Little Savages|Ernest Thompson Seton
Got taken up that time pretty short, didnt you, Miss Smarty?The Girls of Central High|Gertrude W. Morrison