Thesaurus / quick-wittedness

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And so, with that quick-wittedness for which his countrymen are justly renowned, he walked out without voting at all.

His quick-wittedness and the subtlety of his character make him full of quaint remarks and funny and unexpected comparisons.

On that, and on Greene's presence of mind and quick-wittedness.

Still, the quick-wittedness of the inhabitants of Irak makes a decided impression on the traveller passing through Asiatic Turkey.

The fact is it is simply impossible to exaggerate the quick-wittedness and light-heartedness of a great literary genius.

Tommy appreciated her quick-wittedness in realizing that he might be staying at the inn under an assumed name.

The Secret AdversaryAgatha Christie

It is interesting to note, also, that brute strength is not at a premium, but skill and quick-wittedness.

It might have gone very hard with me, had it not been for the quick-wittedness of the mysterious being known as Shadow.

"You are quite a match for your grandmother in quick-wittedness," he said.

Letters of Two BridesHonore de Balzac

Benny showed us his smartness and his quick-wittedness so long, until our pockets were empty.

Jewish ChildrenSholem Naumovich Rabinovich
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