adjective, wit·ti·er, wit·ti·est.
Examples from the Web for wittily
It is not, as Hoeke claimed, “slang” pulled from American hip-hop vernacular and wittily included in her magazine.
And at either end of the wall, wittily, are portraits of Magritte and Norman Rockwell, each wearing a truly ridiculous hat.
The King listened with great interest, and expressed himself most wittily on the subject.The True Story of My Life|Hans Christian Andersen
Apropos of this, Aristippus on one occasion rebuked an empty-headed parent neatly and wittily.Plutarch's Morals|Plutarch
It has been said wittily that when digging out his ideas, he buried himself in them.
By my troth, I have eaten but two spoonfuls, and methinks I could discourse most swiftly and wittily already.The Works of John Marston|John Marston
His eloquence was so pleasing that he was wittily called Glycon, or the sweet.