A barrel may sound hollow, but not a bird--this wiseacre acquaints us.
And so Mr. Wiseacre treats almost every thing that makes its appearance.
But Mr. Wiseacre was caught napping once in his life, and that completely.
There was something about this man that interested Wiseacre.
"Perhaps I might do it," said Wiseacre, after another thoughtful pause.
With all these skeptics and half-skeptics Wiseacre was out of all patience.
A notary, the wiseacre of the party, remarked that he was running to certain death.
I deal, and love to deal, with the rustic exceptional, the village notable and wiseacre.
Head of Wit; a wiseacre, one who affects to have much wisdom.
The Japanese, your wiseacre retorts, are a race of clever imitators.