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The King listened with great interest, and expressed himself most wittily on the subject.
THE TRUE STORY OF MY LIFEHANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN
Apropos of this, Aristippus on one occasion rebuked an empty-headed parent neatly and wittily.
It has been said wittily that when digging out his ideas, he buried himself in them.
By my troth, I have eaten but two spoonfuls, and methinks I could discourse most swiftly and wittily already.
His eloquence was so pleasing that he was wittily called Glycon, or the sweet.
Let me tell thee how wittily one did mock the shallowness of this sort of arrogance.
Take care, said he wittily (just like Spinoza, by the way), it is the partisans of free-will who are immoral.
I never heard any one speak more fluently or so wittily as he.
And as for our legal tradition, as you so wittily called it, I thoroughly agree with you.
CRIME AND PUNISHMENTFYODOR DOSTOEVSKY
Dunce, wittily or willfully derived from Duns, surnamed "Scotus."

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