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Wit - Dorothy parker quality

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Wit - "educated insolence," to aristotle Wit - "quick" thing for a comic to have Wit - "quotation is a serviceable substitute for __": wilde Wit - "rock ___ u" (awww baby)" (ashanti) Wit - "the noblest frailty of the mind": shadwell Wit - 'at twenty years of age, the will reigns; at thirty, the ____' Wit - 'brevity is the soul of ...' Wit - 'cultured insolence,' according to aristotle Wit - 'educated insolence,' according to aristotle Wit - 'few love it unless in themselves,' per lord chesterfield Wit - 'well-bred insolence,' per aristotle Wit - '___ and wisdom are like the seven stars, seldom seen together': thomas fuller Wit - 1999 pulitzer prize-winning drama Wit - 1999 pulitzer prize-winning margaret edson play Wit - 1999 pulitzer-winning drama Wit - 1999 pulitzer-winning play by margaret edson Wit - 48-down, e.g Wit - A lively person may have a sparkling one Wit - A way with words Wit - Ability to say clever things Wit - Actually, one may get to this sort of humour Wit - Acuity Wit - Ad libber's asset Wit - Ad-libber's asset Wit - Algonquin round table member, e.g Wit - Amusing person Wit - Amusing person who makes jokes Wit - Amusing quality Wit - Apt humor Wit - Asset for a funny ad-libber Wit - Astuteness Wit - Bon mot expert Wit - Brainpower Wit - Brainy skill Wit - Card Wit - Card quality Wit - Card's quality Wit - Characteristic of lyrics, at times Wit - Charming person's asset, perhaps Wit - Clever commenter Wit - Clever humor Wit - Clever humour Wit - Clever humour in speech Wit - Clever one Wit - Clever person Wit - Clever sort Wit - Clever to this, namely Wit - Clever type Wit - Cleverness Wit - Cleverness with words and ideas Wit - Comedian Wit - Comedian's asset Wit - Comedian's forte Wit - Comic Wit - Comic's need Wit - Comical quality Wit - Coward, for one Wit - Delay cancelling a clever speaker Wit - Dorothy parker forte Wit - Dorothy parker had it Wit - Dorothy parker quality Wit - Dorothy parker, for one Wit - Droll humor Wit - Drollery Wit - Drollness, humour Wit - Feature of algonquin round table discussions Wit - Form of humour Wit - Frequent quote source Wit - Funny fellow Wit - Funny guy with little sex appeal Wit - Funny how you get namely to it Wit - Funny one Wit - Funny person Wit - Good humor man Wit - Good humor man? Wit - Having no hard intelligence Wit - He's a hoot Wit - How clever to dry up in her company! Wit - Humor Wit - Humorist Wit - Humorist's forte Wit - Humorist's sine qua non Wit - Humorist; intelligence Wit - Humour Wit - Humour or common sense Wit - Humour or mental capacity Wit - Humour; wag Wit - Ingenuity Wit - Ingenuity or verbal fun Wit - Ingenuity; wag Wit - Intelligence Wit - Intelligence having to abandon lead in helmand Wit - Intelligence; humorist Wit - Intelligence; humorous person Wit - It can be dry or sparkling Wit - It may be dry or sparkling Wit - It may be native Wit - Jester Wit - Jesting sort Wit - Jesting type Wit - Jimmy fallon asset Wit - Jocularity Wit - Joker used in whist, oddly Wit - Jokester Wit - Jon stewart asset Wit - Jon stewart display Wit - Jon stewart forte Wit - Jon stewart, e.g Wit - Keen intelligence Wit - Knack for comebacks Wit - Knack for snappy comebacks Wit - Leg-puller Wit - Life of the party, perhaps Wit - Maker of clever remarks Wit - Mark twain, notably Wit - Mental ability Wit - Mental acuity Wit - Mental agility Wit - Mental capacity Wit - Mental quickness Wit - Mental ability Wit - Mother __ Wit - Namely to this in a funny sort of way Wit - Namely to this it's clever Wit - Namely to this to give 14 down a start Wit - Native ___ Wit - Natural intelligence Wit - Not altogether with humour Wit - One skilled at repartee Wit - One skilled in repartee Wit - One-liner producer Wit - Orator's asset Wit - Oscar wilde's forte Wit - Oscar wilde's sine qua non Wit - Oscar wilde, e.g Wit - Oscar wilde, notably Wit - Parker pen product Wit - Part of lyrical content, at times Wit - Possessing endless ingenuity Wit - Pulitzer-winning play of 1999 Wit - Punning and such Wit - Puns and such Wit - Punster Wit - Punster's quality Wit - Punster's skill Wit - Punster, for one Wit - Quick thinking Wit - Quickness and cleverness with words Wit - Quickness at clever remarks Wit - Quickness of mind Wit - Quipping sort Wit - Quipster Wit - Quipster or punster Wit - Quipster's asset Wit - Quipster's quality Wit - Quotable one Wit - Raconteur asset Wit - Raconteur's asset Wit - Raillery Wit - Repartee Wit - Repartee by missing husband Wit - Reparteeist Wit - Romeo's was 'a most sharp sauce' Wit - S.j. perelman, for one Wit - Sagacity Wit - Satirist's specialty Wit - Second part of 1 across Wit - Seinfeld specialty Wit - Sense of humor Wit - Sharp humor Wit - Smile-inducing speaker Wit - Stephen colbert asset Wit - Swift gift Wit - Swift quality Wit - Talent for banter Wit - Talent for persiflage Wit - Talent for repartee Wit - The clever way to be namely to this Wit - Tina fey display Wit - To this it's namely clever Wit - To this, namely, to make it clever Wit - To this, that is to say, it's clever Wit - To this, that is to say. funny, isn't it? Wit - Twain's talent Wit - Typical algonquin round table member Wit - Used for funny lyrics Wit - Used for funny lyrics Wit - Verbal ability Wit - Verbal deftness Wit - Wag Wit - What 'many a man hath more hair than,' in shakespeare Wit - Wilde forte Wit - Wilde thing? Wit - Wilde, for one Wit - Wilde, notably Wit - Wildean quality Wit - Will rogers forte Wit - Wisdom's partner Wit - Wisecracker Wit - Women object to salt Wit - Woody allen asset Wit - Wordplay user Wit - Wordplay, e.g Wit - Zinger deliverer Wit - Zinger producer Wit - ___ and wisdom