- a smart or facetious remark.
- to make wisecracks.
- to say as a wisecrack.
Origin of wisecrack
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Examples from the Web for wisecracking
It centers on Kanan Jarrus (voiced by Freddie Prinze Jr.), a wisecracking AWOL Jedi and leader of the Ghost crew.‘Star Wars Rebels’ Explores the Jedi’s Lost Years Between the Prequels and the Original Trilogy
August 2, 2014
She's wisecracking and tough, but these moments show her heart.Natasha Lyonne and Yael Stone on OITNB’s Heartbreaking Scene
July 2, 2014
He was his usually jittery, wisecracking, affable self as he talked about the various ideas bouncing around in his head.Zynga's IPO Will Make Mark Pincus Silicon Valley’s Next Billionaire
December 14, 2011
The New Yorker heralded her for her “crisp, wisecracking voice” and her “nuanced view of the American heartland.”My Real Estate Obsession
May 12, 2010
- a flippant gibe or sardonic remark
- to make a wisecrack
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Word Origin and History for wisecracking
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