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


When Fortune jested she found in him quickwitted loving audience.

But, as usual with spirits so quickwitted and resolute, it was but for a moment.

I thinks daddy was outdone with me, 'cause I was not quickwitted and smart, lak him.

Fear makes an uneducated Englishman suspicious, quickwitted and surly.

He discovered there were people in New York just as quickwitted, as keen, and as shrewd as he was himself.

Alan Hawke knew very well at heart what the quickwitted woman would know.

Walter calls it a piece of American effrontery, but I call it quickwitted, don't you?

John was quickwitted, and he instantly decided upon the course proper to be pursued.