All men—Spenser as well as Jonson—found him gentle and witty, gay and generous.
Ordinary London slang is full of witty things said by nobody in particular.
He was young, well-spoken, witty, and skilled in all martial and manly exercises.
I was in the mood to say pretty things, and I had never felt so witty.
The devil having him at advantage, began to be witty with him.