2 Histories make men wise ; poems witty; the mathematics subtle; natural philosophy deep ; moral grave ; logic and rhetoric able to contend.
5 He is, by nature, a joker, a witty man with a sense of fun.
6 He considered himself a master of witty banter.
7 His plays were very good, very witty.
8 She gave a witty, entertaining and articulate speech.
9 The play contained some very snappy/witty dialogue.
10 They were very intellectual and witty.
11 He is a witty man,[www.Sentencedict.com] and an inspiration to all of us.
12 He was charming and urbane, full of witty conversation.
13 The book is witty and peppered with good one-liners.
14 She always has a witty rejoinder to/for any question.
15 He is a very witty speaker.
16 Her conversation was laced with witty asides.
17 It was obvious from their witty intimacies that they had been good friends for many years.
18 Her music is witty, ironic and allusive.
19 He was witty, amusing and gifted with a sharp business brain.
20 Neil was urbane, witty, direct, and honest.
21 Her witty remarks added a little salt to the conversation.
22 Oscar Wilde's plays are full of witty repartee.
23 At the moment another witty word swam into his mind.
24 The star clown was considered a master of witty banter.
25 There are some very witty one-liners in the film.
26 Although the subject-matter was rather dull her witty delivery kept the audience interested.
27 The author extracts the maximum from every carefully-crafted scene in this witty tale.
28 The speech was full of ad - libs and witty asides.
29 The dinner was often a riotous affair enlivened by superbly witty speeches.
30 He scored a bull's - eye in their argument with that witty retort.