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noun as in comicality

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Read the situation, maybe leave a witty comment or compliment on a relevant post relating to the content of a potential pitch.

More manageable is Richard Howard’s pocket-size “RH Loves HJ,” a collection of witty verse-homages to Henry James, Edith Wharton and Walt Whitman.

This England-set comedy features a fake relationship between opposites Oliver, a neat and emotionally tidy barrister, and witty narrator Luc.

“A Children’s Bible,” by Lydia MilletA National Book Award finalist, this blistering classic spins the story of Noah’s Ark through a witty, modern-day tale of climate change, producing a shattering vision of an apocalyptic future.

We adore “Cary Grant,” the polished, charming, suave, witty presence who we see on screen.

A man of more wisdom than wittiness, and brain than fancy; and abler to any thing than to make verses.

And the result would be that he would kill the wittiness of the lines by burlesque.

But the prettiness and wittiness are Betty's; do we not all know that?


On this page you'll find 500 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to wittiness, such as: farce, fun, humor, satire, sitcom, and ball.

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