Thesaurus / wiseacre
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Uncle Richard had just read his wiseacre nephew's letter, when James, the footman, enters hastily.
Don't you know, Mr. Wiseacre, that my case does not fall within the province of philosophy?
Head of Wit; a wiseacre, one who affects to have much wisdom.
Toward the lukewarm, the doubting, and the denying, Wiseacre was in direct antagonism.
It was a standing boast with Mr. Wiseacre that he had never been humbugged in his life.
The learned ignorance of the wiseacre always compels him to laugh at the man with an idea that is new.
With all these skeptics and half-skeptics Wiseacre was out of all patience.
He had choice among the pick of women: the daughter of the Old Buccaneer was preferred by the wiseacre Coelebs.
One wiseacre held that the missiles were antique and obsolete relics of the 'eighty-one struggle.
Whether he was one also to Beulah her guest had not yet learned, but it took no wiseacre to guess that he wanted to be.
THE SHERIFF'S SONWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE

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