quick-witted

[ kwik-wit-id ]SEE DEFINITION OF quick-witted
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What, after all, had a farm to offer a quick-witted man or woman?

The people, he had heard, were quick-witted; he must therefore out-manoeuvre them.

All these his quick-witted ingenuity pictured at once before him.

They are docile, cleanly, quick-witted, and respectful to humbleness.

She was quick-witted, she had lived long in the house and knew it.

Alexander was quick-witted, talented, and showy, if I may use so barbarous a word.

It was a quick-witted school, and knew how to turn quotations and allusions.

"You might take his pistol," suggested the quick-witted girl.

But finally he adopted a suggestion of quick-witted Mistress Putnam.

Your ladyship is as quick-witted in this as in everything else.

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