- A witty remark or joke: she could pinpoint the absurdity of every situation with a snappy wisecrackMore example sentences
- The cast deals admirably with a difficult script which is peppered with acerbic one-liners and wonderfully witty wisecracks, characteristic of Marber's earlier comedy.
- While more jokes and wisecracks were coming from the campfire, Alan retreated to his cabin.
- Right, that's got the usual wisecrack remark about snowshoes out of the way, now we can get on with things.
verb[no object] (often as noun wisecracking) Back to top
- Make a witty remark or joke: his boisterousness and constant wisecrackingMore example sentences
- The benevolent prince is wisecracking with his cronies, guffawing and texting on his mobile phone.
- For the most part the reader is in a world of adventure, wisecracking, silly and imaginative.
- Then he and Terry took Stanley to the hospital, where they hung around wisecracking with a loud and overly jocular Stanley until they made sure the staff there was tending to him.
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- Here he plays a hapless barrister, which neatly illustrates the pervasive attitude among English sitcom writers; given the choice between a wisecracker and a buffoon, the buffoon gets the gig every time.
- Joan, new in town, is a wisecracker who just wants to fit in.
- All the tough wisecrackers joined the respectful audience.