Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


"I can well believe it," he replied, for he saw to cross-examine this quick witted woman would be forever useless.

You are quick witted, and you will understand; and if it is worth writing, write it down.

She was quick witted, intelligent, well read, full of tact and knowledge of the world.

Clarence proved himself alert and quick witted in retort, with an answer ready for every objection.

Clay comprehended this, and he was quick witted enough to solve the problem.

Yet had he known it, it was just this lack which was making him quick witted and more resourceful.

They all accepted the puddings, and Timoa and the woman began to eat; but Talaloo was quick witted.

He was quick witted, and had not been long on board before he felt that the khalasi was not quite what he appeared to be.

He is quick witted, deep, dark and cunning, and he wouldn't trust his own brother out of his sight.

Highly educated, exceedingly handsome, and amazingly plausible and quick witted.