wits[ wit ]SEE DEFINITION OF wits
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WITS
She simply lived by her wits, and perhaps by some want of that article in her male friends.
They were bright; there is hardly a street boy living by his wits who isn't.
She went a little pale over her mistakes, but preserved her dignity and her wits.
That he had needed a stimulant that day was because he had been soured and would not try with his wits about him.
But I isn't got all my wits,' says he, the cry-baby; 'an' God knows I'm doin' my best!'
The two blacks were frightened out of their wits; and were of no assistance to me.
He must use his wits; but first he must make sure that the two girls were safe.
In the meantime the captain was at his wits' end to know what course was the best to pursue.
She had bravely striven to keep her fairyhood, and in the battle of wits, had lost.
And if he does go, I'll be at my wits' ends to kape him from settlin' that Jim Barrows.