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Pronunciation:

[w_ˈɪ_t], [wˈɪt], [wˈɪt]
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Synonyms for Wit:

cunning (noun) experience (noun) humorist (noun) wit (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Wit:

  1. hit, bit, lit, nit, chit, pitt, fit, pit, grit, kit, slit, flit, whit, britt, sit, spit, split, knit, skit, writ, brit, mitt, schmidt, mit, get, quit;
  2. permit, emit, commit, omit, admit, legit, befit, unfit, remit, transmit, acquit, lafitte, submit;
  3. resubmit;

Quotes for Wit:

  1. It is always the same: women bedeck themselves with jewels and furs, and men with wit and quotations. Maurice Chevalier.
  2. The moving finger writes, and having written moves on. Nor all thy piety nor all thy wit can cancel half a line of it. Omar Khayyam.
  3. There is a certain majesty in simplicity which is far above all the quaintness of wit Alexander Pope.

Idioms of Wit:

  1. Brevity is the soul of wit.
  2. Sarcasm is the lowest form of wit.
  3. not be beyond the wit of man/ sb;

Adjectives for Wit:

  • convoluted shakespearian,
  • cunning and swift,
  • polite, self-deprecating,
  • occasionally acerbic,
  • ribald and occasionally acerbic,
  • often acerbic,
  • cheap, bargain-basement,
  • clumsy and affectionate,
  • normally ready,
  • quite unsatisfied,
  • delicate, malicious,
  • dry dangerous,
  • sheer quick,
  • unconscious sardonic,
  • dryly appreciative,
  • rare and ready,
  • elegant and carefree,
  • jamaican black,
  • swift, aggressive,
  • quick and salty,
  • caustic, careless,
  • suddenly telepathic,
  • acerbic, dry,
  • healthy, caustic,
  • perennial dry,
  • famous caustic,
  • playful but dark,
  • dry and sometimes elegant,
  • unusual quick,
  • nimble wayward,
  • radi-antly caustic,
  • stylishly urbane,
  • deeply subversive,
  • sweet and self-deprecating,
  • radiantly caustic,
  • playful darwinian,
  • breezy, irreverent,
  • quick syrian,
  • alert, cruel,
  • penetrating, unpremeditated,
  • subtle and discerning,
  • brighter, quicker,
  • wistful and dreamy,
  • mortal greater,
  • low but ready,
  • natural, caustic,
  • unthinkably cynical,
  • quick and ever ready,
  • daring and ready,
  • spontaneous easy,
  • crabbed and feeble,
  • subtle thy,
  • physically wrong,
  • certain flippant,
  • discreet and competent,
  • sly dry,
  • tall, paved,
  • nearest joint,
  • fair and agreeable,
  • flat busted,
  • often shoal,
  • succinct and charming,
  • dour, barbed,
  • own conspiratorial,
  • wise sardonic,
  • instantly ready,
  • shrewd and delightful,
  • refined and almost playful,
  • quick shrewd,
  • shrewd rustic,
  • pleasant, smooth,
  • still drunken,
  • green and fair,
  • dry sardonic,
  • more consonant,
  • striking blonde,
  • dark, pregnant,
  • own, secret,
  • swift and incisive,
  • neat irish,
  • somewhat abusive,
  • graceful, refined,
  • shrewd clear,
  • humane and genial,
  • comfortable and welcome,
  • greater native,
  • curious unexpected,
  • sharp satirical,
  • pleasant and ready,
  • fair and ready,
  • calm and quick,
  • sheer devilish,
  • such scintillating,
  • awake, alert,
  • sharp, ironic,
  • sometimes elegant,
  • quick wry,
  • zal heelemaal,
  • theatrical,
  • bright delicate,
  • cunning and evil,
  • wholly spontaneous,
  • lively celtic,
  • quick, merry,
  • queer, dry,
  • dainty sweet,
  • hand-in-glove,
  • white and wrinkled,
  • much wrong,
  • still harsh,
  • own metaphorical,
  • easy unaffected,
  • keen and curious,
  • quite popular,
  • sometimes savage,
  • quick, happy,
  • wonderful feminine,
  • unpleasantly sharp,
  • much unaffected,
  • heavy and dull,
  • benevolent young,
  • such wooden,
  • old quick,
  • rude rustic,
  • still striking,
  • tight, tight,
  • still quicker,
  • far shrewder,
  • broad coarse,
  • natural easy,
  • high native,
  • thy carnal,
  • deserving such,
  • sweet heavy,
  • never human,
  • hard, cynical,
  • cold and stiff,
  • reasonably honest,
  • sharp, intelligent,
  • pleasant easy,
  • own priceless,
  • such stale,
  • rough and coarse,
  • almost playful,
  • certain clever,
  • [s]al,
  • similar local,
  • narrow flat,
  • much fair,
  • great and genuine,
  • dry-ice,
  • slightly sarcastic,
  • little would-be,
  • al thy,
  • more crafty,
  • own sorry,
  • somewhat weak,
  • usual routine,
  • certain sharp,
  • ſal,
  • warm and gentle,
  • amazing satirical,
  • quiet and droopy-eyed,
  • frequently arched,
  • wry quick,
  • quick and earthy,
  • wry and ready,
  • dry, delicate,
  • al dry,
  • comic grim,
  • common-sense and fluent,
  • sharp and seasoned,
  • pungent rustic,
  • insolent sweet,
  • fancy, keenest,
  • smart, ready,
  • say whimsical,
  • immortal, boundless,
  • sweet and agile,
  • anywhere keener,
  • caustic, unforgettable,
  • shrewd humane,
  • ponderous clerical,
  • bright, unfailing,
  • great and harmless,
  • civil and sharp,
  • fearless and rather caustic,
  • daring and caustic,
  • intellectual highbrow,
  • broad and pungent,
  • good-humored irish,
  • fatal and immortal,
  • rabbinical ready,
  • destructively quiet,
  • polite, keen,
  • innocent and vulgar,
  • bold abusive,
  • picturesque and pyrotechnic,
  • refined, extemporal,
  • pleasant, extemporal,
  • dismayingly quick,
  • genial, penetrating,
  • dim sensual,
  • surprising ready,
  • sparkling and malicious,
  • thy snotty,
  • indeed delightful and irresistible,
  • ready and facetious,
  • shrewd and felicitous,
  • homely bucolic,
  • true brisk,
  • appeal, coarse,
  • exterior much,
  • keen but brutal,
  • daring, agile,
  • easy, impudent,
  • ready and rough,
  • ingenious and frivolous,
  • keen and excellent,
  • small but pious,
  • dazzling and impertinent,
  • keen and even reckless,
  • dumb rough,
  • associate quick,
  • irrepressible and exhilarating,
  • dainty wholesome,
  • trenchant but pleasant,
  • caustic and rather brutal,
  • brilliant and unflagging,
  • rough and surprising,
  • fancy and keener,
  • average dim,
  • quick good-natured,
  • ready-made female,
  • quiet ready,
  • irregular and errant,
  • fro resonable,
  • brightest female,
  • quick and serious,
  • caustical,
  • most servile,
  • ready but always urbane,
  • agreeable and satirical,
  • masculine slow,
  • unique german,
  • teasing and sharp,
  • vain, profligate,
  • doubtless cheery,
  • aggressive and caustic,
  • ready, aggressive and caustic,
  • pungent and salty,
  • exciting bawdy,
  • equal quick,
  • keen but slanderous,
  • fantastic verbal,
  • strong and pregnant,
  • clever and spontaneous,
  • unpublished current,
  • moreover abundant,
  • poor ancestral,
  • thy extant,
  • more, genial,
  • little paradoxical,
  • once stinging,
  • fanciful and creative,
  • passably cunning,
  • ready verbal,
  • amiable, subtle,
  • thy sharper,
  • bitter, blithe,
  • principally french,
  • coarse, shallow,
  • sometimes second-hand,
  • genial, ready-made,
  • idle, fanciful,
  • much jocular,
  • unscrupulous, fastidious,
  • admirable and ready,
  • childish ready,
  • gayly ironic,
  • malicious and gayly ironic,
  • prime and elegant,
  • playfully elephantine,
  • meteoric and unstable,
  • quiet and conclusive,
  • ephemeral contemporary,
  • incisive, more,
  • satirical but courteous,
  • considerable cheap,
  • sharper natural,
  • quick and attractive,
  • unique and sparkling,
  • never satirical,
  • brilliant playful,
  • ready and formidable,
  • wild, obscene,
  • genial and pungent,
  • wretched and slow,
  • easy, military,
  • often one-sided and unfair,
  • dull, masculine,
  • neat and saucy,
  • superior wicked,
  • owne wicked,
  • down feeble,
  • wonderful ready,
  • nimble and practised,
  • refined and fragrant,
  • merry, thy,
  • eminent satirical,
  • native fanciful,
  • dry, poignant,
  • pedantic or boyish,
  • severe and satirical,
  • notable eighteenth-century,
  • crass, ribald,
  • playful controversial,
  • old shameless,
  • racy and caustic,
  • satirical, flattering,
  • somewhat coarse and pointless,
  • natural or native,
  • same self-deprecating,
  • gentle but quick,
  • shallow and rife,
  • familiar leaden,
  • amazingly consistent,
  • worth imperial,
  • homely popular,
  • false, flashy,
  • fourth bad,
  • thy agile,
  • delicate or subtle,
  • mad and bitter,
  • paltry old-fashioned,
  • keen irish,
  • broad rollicking,
  • fancy, keen,
  • keen and nimble,
  • good epigrammatic,
  • doughty thy,
  • critical or curious,
  • sufficiently nimble,
  • ready sparkling,
  • scathing, bitter,
  • original and hearty,
  • coarse audacious,
  • sharper, brighter,
  • charming and playful,
  • own and singular,
  • rude, bucolic,
  • mighty merry,
  • extremely ready,
  • somewhat precious,
  • supple, subtle,
  • bright mercurial,
  • finer, sharper,
  • copious and ready,
  • profound, pregnant,
  • sharp and nimble,
  • wonderful and prodigious,
  • proud and crafty,
  • always refined,
  • immense coarse,
  • average criminal,
  • extraordinary happy,
  • innocent, sparkling,
  • acrid and caustic,
  • flippant, cynical,
  • ready western,
  • quiet reticent,
  • legendary and fantastic,
  • larger and graver,
  • shrewd, ready,
  • irresistible and victorious,
  • sheer, amazing,
  • natural sharp,
  • native, independent,
  • natural,
  • low keen,
  • rare, dry,
  • much festive,
  • odd sardonic,
  • thine human,
  • sarcastic and cynical,
  • sudden and copious,
  • ready and brilliant,
  • wild and profane,
  • indeed delightful,
  • thy keenest,
  • limited german,
  • natural and ready,
  • fierce and fantastic,
  • eccentric social,
  • sharp, rude,
  • thy shrewd,
  • much resounding,
  • quick native,
  • keen and caustic,
  • easy boyish,
  • bright colloquial,
  • always subordinate,
  • british feminine,
  • excellent and unmatched,
  • shrewd feminine,
  • nimble and active,
  • adroit and subtle,
  • earthy and material,
  • often one-sided,
  • strange and cynical,
  • ingenious paradoxical,
  • once genuine,
  • cunning and ready,
  • disordered thy,
  • pleasant and vivacious,
  • own teasing,
  • soft leaden,
  • merry and wise,
  • graceful, charming,
  • equally sparkling,
  • great and ready,
  • wicked, desperate,
  • reckless, rollicking,
  • shrewd keen,
  • piquant, charming,
  • coarse but powerful,
  • always urbane,
  • thy ribald,
  • thy hopeful,
  • guilty and innocent,
  • keen momentary,
  • sharp shrewd,
  • false and filthy,
  • much playful,
  • quid-pro-quo,
  • quick and merry,
  • coarse and boisterous,
  • clear and unsophisticated,
  • keen native,
  • vulgar, brutal,
  • own alert,
  • clever and sparkling,
  • thine imperious,
  • own coy,
  • native teutonic,
  • keen satiric,
  • poor would-be,
  • often broad,
  • thy singular,
  • lesser and larger,
  • social and judicial,
  • sparkling, scintillating,
  • saucy french,
  • keen and trenchant,
  • quick, cruel,
  • thy nimble,
  • ripe and ready,
  • certain caustic,
  • rough, reckless,
  • sharp satiric,
  • sometimes sarcastic,
  • sharp, cynical,
  • inborn natural,
  • much inventive,
  • more unthinking,
  • shrewd and vigorous,
  • rather wry,
  • thy male,
  • shrewd irish,
  • greatest lyrical,
  • much sparkling,
  • brilliant, restless,
  • acute and critical,
  • once keen,
  • thy presumptuous,
  • enough musical,
  • quaint, pleasant,
  • quick and shrewd,
  • thy wooden,
  • quick, free,
  • own mercurial,
  • thy consummate,
  • own wry,
  • occasionally sharp,
  • much sarcastic,
  • rude popular,
  • clumsy male,
  • simple and unconscious,
  • charming, delicate,
  • homely native,
  • often exquisite,
  • clear, natural,
  • dry caustic,
  • coarse, cruel,
  • sharp feminine,
  • gay and genial,
  • wonderful native,
  • usually ready,
  • keen, delicate,
  • native jewish,
  • quick and penetrating,
  • nevertheless considerable,
  • often subtle,
  • keen, cool,
  • certain naughty,
  • airy, graceful,
  • easy, fluent,
  • bright keen,
  • genuine and noble,
  • morally weak,
  • keen, observant,
  • clear and ready,
  • somewhat quicker,
  • dry, pungent,
  • further thy,
  • bright irish,
  • good royal,
  • much girlish,
  • hard and brilliant,
  • genuine celtic,
  • broad, coarse,
  • wonderful poetic,
  • often coarse,
  • shrewd, sharp,
  • same buoyant,
  • much shrewd,
  • old satirical,
  • frank, good-natured,
  • shrewd, keen,
  • bold and ready,
  • keen and brilliant,
  • less nimble,
  • much childish,
  • peculiar dry,
  • gay and sparkling,
  • cruel and ferocious,
  • own cheap,
  • far slower,
  • naturally keen,
  • wrong thy,
  • natural, unaffected,
  • such good-natured,
  • poor british,
  • such scathing,
  • certain wry,
  • own whimsical,
  • much rude,
  • rather wicked,
  • epigrammatical,
  • thy excellent,
  • longer sufficient,
  • usual sardonic,
  • large and effective,
  • much coarse,
  • gentle and sympathetic,
  • more colloquial,
  • wonderfully quick,
  • true orthodox,
  • traditional irish,
  • subtle human,
  • exceptionally keen,
  • thy charming,
  • keen and subtle,
  • own genial,
  • such shrewd,
  • so-called irish,
  • rather stale,
  • mere female,
  • late noble,
  • sharp, incisive,
  • same weak,
  • own incredible,
  • rather quick,
  • much small,
  • own shrewd,
  • typical irish,
  • bright, quick,
  • rollicking irish,
  • much original,
  • true professional,
  • somewhat sarcastic,
  • rather savage,
  • old reckless,
  • still angry,
  • little coarse,
  • own rare,
  • particularly delicate,
  • little original,
  • real native,
  • sharp, bitter,
  • thy immortal,
  • peculiarly rich,
  • ever human,
  • own dry,
  • bold and brilliant,
  • quite commonplace,
  • rather brutal,
  • free and natural,
  • remarkably quick,
  • good, pious,
  • vain thy,
  • somewhat ponderous,
  • less graceful,
  • impatient young,
  • such impious,
  • prandial,
  • straight young,
  • good native,
  • own subtle,
  • genuine irish,
  • own brutal,
  • thy clear,
  • own clever,
  • still sharper,
  • quite comfortable,
  • little mild,
  • own sharp,
  • own nervous,
  • resonable,
  • rather shallow,
  • almost reckless,
  • own extreme,
  • own exquisite,
  • somewhat clumsy,
  • popular french,
  • much excellent,
  • somewhat bitter,
  • more sluggish,
  • little genuine,
  • such cunning,
  • little cheap,
  • famous irish,
  • such supernatural,
  • certain italian,
  • strong, clear,
  • spare thy,
  • interjectional,
  • sarcastic and caustic,
  • quiet, droopy-eyed,
  • nimble and fertile,
  • endless and antic,
  • seemingly endless and antic,
  • lightly moistened,
  • gay, invincible,
  • dazzling but bitter,
  • cunning and sweet,
  • quick and caustic,
  • ready pleasant,
  • native ready,
  • wanton curious,
  • airy and fluent,
  • late caustic,
  • also tasteless,
  • memorable and caustic,
  • keen royal,
  • grateful spur-of-the-moment,
  • enny real,
  • good knotty,
  • delicate athenian,
  • never delicate,
  • never delicate nor keen,
  • french verbal,
  • fancy and playful,
  • quaint and ready,
  • wanton or wicked,
  • apt and stinging,
  • bright, ready,
  • great ready,
  • naturally caustic,
  • true, feminine,
  • quick, self-effacing,
  • fancy or genial,
  • dry and epigrammatic,
  • rough ready,
  • gentle and dry,
  • fairly morbid,
  • brilliant, fantastic,
  • inexhaustible native,
  • resolute and ready,
  • sharp, ready,
  • mere satiric,
  • amusing legal,
  • keen, discreet,
  • brisk and ready,
  • daring and quick,
  • good ready,
  • malicious and sarcastic,
  • swift brilliant,
  • keen and happy,
  • brilliant and pungent,
  • wonderfully ready,
  • clear, ready,
  • thy priceless,
  • stale french,
  • usual brazen,
  • vivacious french,
  • often irrelevant,
  • sparkling, brilliant,
  • certain ready,
  • much caustic,
  • more contagious,
  • low false,
  • weak and inferior,
  • ever brilliant,
  • thy festive,
  • such capacious,
  • brilliant and caustic,
  • horribly wrong,
  • coarse german,
  • cunning and subtle,
  • thy harmless,
  • finest female,
  • dry, sarcastic,
  • peculiarly malignant,
  • sharp and keen,
  • quick and keen,
  • quick, delicate,
  • much keen,
  • own bald,
  • often true,
  • pure elemental,
  • cold, brilliant,
  • quick and active,
  • thy ready,
  • usual ready,
  • thy splendid,
  • same quaint,
  • considerable native,
  • mere fashionable,
  • certain coarse,
  • such sparkling,
  • much mere,
  • usual sharp,
  • slow, uncertain,
  • clear and sparkling,
  • illustrious french,
  • more playful,
  • enough natural,
  • much dry,
  • much false,
  • own coarse,
  • usual quick,
  • subtle and delicate,
  • great individual,
  • own dull,
  • such commonplace,
  • highly seasoned,
  • cool, clear,
  • own feeble,
  • own unaided,
  • spur-of-the-moment,
  • agreeable and facetious,
  • sparkling and ready,
  • ready and pungent,
  • poignant, delicate,
  • quick and pungent,
  • current ready-made,
  • caustic but true,
  • aware, sharp,
  • singularly keen and delicate,
  • quick, up-to-date,
  • lavish extemporal,
  • energetic and caustic,
  • sharp historical,
  • famous wry,
  • ready social,
  • mischievous and playful,
  • politely contemptuous,
  • complacent german,
  • rough, sarcastic,
  • profane and scurrilous,
  • same epigrammatic,
  • own second-hand,
  • fantastic modern,
  • nervous or sensitive,
  • certainly false,
  • serious spanish,
  • shrewd and ready,
  • ready irish,
  • sharp, restless,
  • free and splendid,
  • quick, sardonic,
  • quick and comprehensive,
  • famed italian,
  • enough native,
  • much brilliant,
  • dry, sardonic,
  • more insupportable,
  • good dull,
  • vigorous and masculine,
  • mad merry,
  • singularly keen,
  • quick french,
  • quick feminine,
  • genuine original,
  • thy superior,
  • slightly satirical,
  • more stinging,
  • great conversational,
  • pure clean,
  • much low,
  • almost rude,
  • coarse and cruel,
  • subtle feminine,
  • certain nameless,
  • much cheap,
  • such angelic,
  • native irish,
  • mere modern,
  • certain dry,
  • talky,
  • off-the-cuff,
  • real irish,
  • more pungent,
  • own keen,
  • such sacred,
  • own excellent,
  • more sublime,
  • infinitely less,
  • mere empty,
  • rather nasty,
  • cruelly graceful,
  • playful satiric,
  • ironic, penetrating,
  • exceedingly caustic,
  • cool, unmalicious,
  • incisive, caustic,
  • gentle and scintillating,
  • epigrammatic, querulous,
  • bright, incisive,
  • lively ready,
  • decidedly ready,
  • malicious fine,
  • rough shrewd,
  • particularly keen and ready,
  • wonderfully clear and shrewd,
  • particularly ready,
  • clear and shrewd,
  • sometimes caustic,
  • pleasant and facetious,
  • racy irish,
  • bright and ready,
  • droopy-eyed,
  • considerable nervous,
  • strangely vivid,
  • particularly keen,
  • thy quick,
  • wonderfully clear,
  • much wild,
  • dry, warm,
  • more serviceable,
  • refined and delicate,
  • great native,
  • unclerical,
  • more penetrating,
  • more ready,
  • sophomoric,
  • little practical,
  • such sharp,
  • little apparent,
  • strong natural,
  • such subtle,
  • beastly profane,
  • famous anecdotal,
  • broad and obscene,
  • satirical or epigrammatic,
  • petulant irish,
  • queer innocuous,
  • ready and popular,
  • variable and intermittent,
  • much and elegant,
  • rather elephantine,
  • agreeable and playful,
  • lively sparkling,
  • triple barbed,
  • low and false,
  • fine and ready,
  • sharp and caustic,
  • already drunk,
  • little ready,
  • rare, fine,
  • subtle and penetrating,
  • more sparkling,
  • barbarous and inhuman,
  • slow and heavy,
  • past human,
  • somewhat coarse,
  • such empty,
  • much bad,
  • unready,
  • thy former,
  • formidable and sharp,
  • pleasing dry,
  • dry, old-fashioned,
  • ready, rude,
  • sharp and ready,
  • thy wayward,
  • thy cunning,
  • less ready,
  • unmalicious,
  • quick and dirty,
  • least more,
  • shrewder,
  • own salacious,
  • merry random,
  • gentle and observant,
  • [editorial,
  • sullen deep,
  • keen and pleasant,
  • thy shallow,
  • equally devastating,
  • keen and delicate,
  • thy keen,
  • true irish,
  • fine and delicate,
  • much natural,
  • parietal,
  • anecdotal,
  • brilliant and fertile,
  • keen french,
  • thy better,
  • nimbler,
  • salacious,
  • shrewd native,
  • somewhat caustic,
  • own superior,
  • heavy-handed,
  • quick irish,
  • keen and ready,
  • such ready,
  • antic,
  • solid and false,
  • own congressional,
  • sweet and fine,
  • much true,
  • self-deprecating,
  • true and false,
  • perfect fine,
  • thy sharp,
  • own quick,
  • okay,
  • wry and subtle,
  • much native,
  • delicate and subtle,
  • ever ready,
  • little tiny,
  • racy,
  • scurrilous,
  • bucolic,
  • thy russet,
  • own ready,
  • pleasant smooth,
  • much ready,
  • good natural,
  • rather caustic,
  • deal more,
  • quick and ready,
  • colloquial,
  • flippant,
  • narrow human,
  • acerbic,
  • satiric,
  • inventive,
  • sharpest,
  • facetious,
  • extemporal,
  • same quick,
  • trenchant,
  • scathing,
  • ribald,
  • incisive,
  • sharper,
  • poignant,
  • quicker,
  • inexhaustible,
  • dullest,
  • scintillating,
  • keener,
  • wry,
  • sardonic,
  • penetrating,
  • epigrammatic,
  • pregnant,
  • satirical,
  • pungent,
  • keenest,
  • playful,
  • sarcastic,
  • subtle,
  • nimble,
  • shrewd,
  • irish,
  • sparkling,
  • native,
  • caustic,
  • sharp,
  • brilliant,
  • keen,
  • quick,
  • ready.
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