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Things wit often describes (“wit ________”)
transactions, shoots, conferences, peeters, library, cousin, files, combats, making, bet, press, papers, bhs, vibrates, dost, stabs, penning, ness, ham, elibrary, bought, flashes, counts, conventions, associates, past, writing, sharpening, laughter, digest, trade, blends

How wit often is described (“________ wit”)
ready, quick, much, more, own, great, sharp, half, little, keen, true, brilliant, dry, native, lively, mother, natural, irish, verbal, false, french, sparkling, sarcastic, subtle, mordant, nimble, genuine, pretty, sardonic, less, fine, shrewd, satirical, excellent, greatest, ironic, biting, celebrated, famous, playful, metaphysical, acerbic, pleasant, infinite, sprightly, pungent, wry, enough, delicate, wicked, comic, superior, pointed, malicious, characteristic, rare, coarse, homely, satiric, incisive, cynical, usual, gentle, bright, clever, polished, sly, epigrammatic, bitter, genial, gallic, rough, refined, sophisticated, admirable, dull, caustic


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See wit used in context: 100+ rhymes, 125 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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