Definition of 'sharp-witted'
Example sentences containing 'sharp-witted'
He was in his mid-forties, of medium height and build with steel-rimmed glasses which covered sharp-witted, darting eyes.THE TOUCH OF INNOCENTS (1990)
She was sharp-witted and sharper-tongued, able to skewer an idea or an opponent, a most unwomanly trait he found utterly exciting.PAINT THE WIND (1990)
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