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They wanted to linger for a few days, which turned into four days of heavy drinking and blasting wit, much of it at James’s expense.
TO FIND HOPE IN AMERICAN COOKING, JAMES BEARD LOOKED TO THE WEST COASTJOHN BIRDSALLOCTOBER 2, 2020EATER
To wit, check out this latest ETF flow data from BoA Securities.
IS M&A BACK? INVESTORS HOPE SO, AND THAT’S LIFTING GLOBAL STOCKSBERNHARD WARNERSEPTEMBER 15, 2020FORTUNE
To wit, the kids this morning masked up and entered the school building, one at a time.
A FLURRY OF M&A DEALS LIFTS GLOBAL STOCKS. YES, EVEN TECH STOCKSBERNHARD WARNERSEPTEMBER 14, 2020FORTUNE
With caustic wit, Iannucci examines the humanity of his characters and the absurdity of their behavior with both passion and precision.
FROM THE VAULTS – STRAIGHT, BUT NOT NARROWBRIAN T. CARNEYSEPTEMBER 11, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
To wit, buyers appeared eager to jump back into tech names Wednesday.
WHERE DO TECH STOCKS GO FROM HERE?ANNE SRADERSSEPTEMBER 10, 2020FORTUNE
We had six field-pieces, but we only took four, harnessed wit twice the usual number of horses.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, NO. CCCXXXIX. JANUARY, 1844. VOL. LV.VARIOUS
To place wit above sense is to place superfluity above utility.
PEARLS OF THOUGHTMATURIN M. BALLOU
Vincent Alsop died; a presbyterian clergyman, who attacked Dr. Sherlock with great wit and some seriousness.
THE EVERY DAY BOOK OF HISTORY AND CHRONOLOGYJOEL MUNSELL
He was judge of the admiralty court of Pennsylvania; his writings abound with wit, humor and satire.
THE EVERY DAY BOOK OF HISTORY AND CHRONOLOGYJOEL MUNSELL
John Hales died; an English author, so much admired for his wit and learning, that he is called the ever memorable.
THE EVERY DAY BOOK OF HISTORY AND CHRONOLOGYJOEL MUNSELL
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
JULY 31, 2021
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WORDS RELATED TO WIT

  • actor
  • antic
  • banterer
  • buffoon
  • card
  • clown
  • comedian
  • comic
  • cutup
  • droll
  • fool
  • harlequin
  • humorist
  • japer
  • joker
  • jokester
  • larker
  • life of the party
  • madcap
  • pantaloon
  • practical joker
  • prankster
  • quipster
  • standup comic
  • trickster
  • wag
  • wisecracker
  • wit
  • absurdity
  • amusement
  • buoyancy
  • facetiousness
  • festivity
  • fickleness
  • flightiness
  • flippancy
  • folly
  • foolishness
  • frivolity
  • giddiness
  • happiness
  • high spirits
  • hilarity
  • jocularity
  • lightheartedness
  • mirth
  • picnic
  • pleasantry
  • repartee
  • trifling
  • triviality
  • volatility
  • wit
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