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During an earlier safety lecture, one of the workers, Nick Fileccia, had made a few wisecracks.
THE FIRST U.S. OFFSHORE WIND FARM COULD BE A LIFELINE FOR STRUGGLING NEW ENGLAND CITIESALEJANDRO DE LA GARZA/MARTHA'S VINEYARD, MASS.NOVEMBER 29, 2021TIME
Playing Morrie Schwartz, a 78-year-old Brandeis University sociology professor with an ALS diagnosis and months to live, Russotto is effortlessly effervescent as his character doles out slices of life-affirming wisdom and tension-cutting wisecracks.
THEATER J’S TEAR-JERKING TWO-HANDER ‘TUESDAYS WITH MORRIE’ IMPARTS ENDURING LIFE LESSONSTHOMAS FLOYDNOVEMBER 18, 2021WASHINGTON POST
He reportedly made a wisecrack while Duke was playing jazz on a piano.
DID DORIS DUKE GET AWAY WITH MURDER?KATHI WOLFEAPRIL 28, 2021WASHINGTON BLADE
Freddy Farmer's comment on Dave's wisecrack was a pronounced snort.
DAVE DAWSON ON GUADALCANALROBERT SYDNEY BOWEN
Dawson started to make another wisecrack, but the deadly serious look on young Farmer's face stopped him.
DAVE DAWSON AT CASABLANCAROBERT SYDNEY BOWEN
His sense of humor might have got the better of him and brought forth a wisecrack or two.
THE MYSTERY AT DARK CEDARSEDITH LAVELL
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WORDS RELATED TO WISECRACK

  • badinage
  • banter
  • bon mots
  • cracks
  • drolleries
  • gags
  • gibes
  • insults
  • jeers
  • jests
  • jokes
  • mockeries
  • offenses
  • pleasantries
  • puns
  • repartees
  • retorts
  • ripostes
  • sallies
  • satires
  • spoofs
  • wisecracks
  • witticisms
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