witty[ wit-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF witty
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WITTY
All men—Spenser as well as Jonson—found him gentle and witty, gay and generous.
Ordinary London slang is full of witty things said by nobody in particular.
He was young, well-spoken, witty, and skilled in all martial and manly exercises.
I was in the mood to say pretty things, and I had never felt so witty.
The devil having him at advantage, began to be witty with him.
Mighty pleasant and witty, by my body; sixty years, forsooth!
It was nothing—only the quip of a witty fellow, descendant of a Spanish freebooter.
I say this last because it piques me that I have never extracted any witty remark from her.
And he laughed heartily at what he fancied was a most witty conceit.
She neither smiled when he was witty, nor looked shocked at his levities.