adjective, wit·ti·er, wit·ti·est.
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These texts are a treat, mingling hard facts with witty and intriguing tidbits about the science behind an item and its context.The App That Offers Cosmic Awe - Facts So Romantic|Caleb Scharf|October 21, 2020|Nautilus
Sometimes, as Mathews remembers, she was witty and joyfully impulsive, but she couldn’t raise her sons with anything except a hand-to-mouth existence and constant household moves.
On “Frasier,” the pompous, but lovable, witty, opera-aficionado, twice-divorced psychiatrist Frasier Crane has moved to Seattle.
Though conversational and often witty, his meandering phrases become increasingly unpredictable as they develop.
They are variously loud, meditative, dramatic, witty, sexy, searing, and elegiac.
The 16-song pop treasure chest comes to a thrilling close with “New Romantics,” a remix-ready stomper crammed with witty lyrics.Taylor Swift’s ‘1989’: Country’s Prodigal Daughter Creates the Best Pop Album of the Year|Marlow Stern|October 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But instead of a witty pop song, we have yet more woe-is-me-feel-my-pain from an overpaid, over-cosseted celebrity.
But Poehler is, and has been throughout the run of her show, just as good: just as silly, just as madcap, just as witty.What's TV's Funniest Show? Our Emmy Awards Comedy Predictions|Kevin Fallon|August 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Even so artificial a writer as Wilde had not to labour to be witty.The Art of Letters|Robert Lynd
People who can't be witty exert themselves to be pious and affectionate.
And he laughed heartily at what he fancied was a most witty conceit.Tony Butler|Charles James Lever
Though he said witty things now and then, he was not a wit in the sense that Jerrold was.Home Life of Great Authors|Hattie Tyng Griswold
But poor Monsieur Werdet was not in a position to be witty; and, moreover, he knew but too well what was coming next.My Miscellanies, Vol. 1 (of 2)|Wilkie Collins