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I make a graham cracker crust that will knock the socks off any child, no matter how big of a smarty pants they are.
THIS KEY LIME PIE IS A GREAT TOOL FOR BUILDING KIDS’ — OR YOUR — CONFIDENCE IN THE KITCHENALLISON ROBICELLIMARCH 19, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Ole Brer Wolf, he tuck'n year 'bout de muster, un he sech a smarty dat nothin' aint gwine do but he mus' go un see w'at dey doin'.
NIGHTS WITH UNCLE REMUSJOEL CHANDLER HARRIS
The way I'd put it now—having read a lot more of his new-dawning—I'd say he was a little Jew smarty.
THE WRONG TWINHARRY LEON WILSON
"You're so big and smarty," she said to him once, affectionately, pinioning his arms and looking into his eyes.
THE "GENIUS"THEODORE DREISER
Well, I'll bet you can't get a chicken out of our barn 'thout our Dog gettin' you, Mr. Smarty.
TWO LITTLE SAVAGESERNEST THOMPSON SETON
Got taken up that time pretty short, didnt you, Miss Smarty?
THE GIRLS OF CENTRAL HIGHGERTRUDE W. MORRISON
There was something so impertinent in his manner that Mary longed to shake him and say, "Don't be so sure of that, Mr. Smarty!"
MARY WARE IN TEXASANNIE F. JOHNSTON
He said that Stigler was talking about me and saying that I was a "smarty" and that it was about time somebody "slapped my wrist."
DAWSON BLACK: RETAIL MERCHANTHAROLD WHITEHEAD
“You have put your finger on a vital flaw in the usual Smarty-Cat detective,” I laughed.
THE MAN WHO FELL THROUGH THE EARTHCAROLYN WELLS
So, you smarty with the private code to transmit all sorts of dope to the folks, have a care!
THE STARS & STRIPES, VOL 1, NO 1, FEBRUARY 8, 1918AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO SMARTY

  • know-it-all
  • malapert
  • smart alec
  • smart-ass
  • smarty
  • smarty-pants
  • wise guy
  • wiseass
  • wisenheimer
  • witling
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