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wit1 British & World English

The capacity for inventive thought and quick understanding; keen intelligence

wit2 British & World English

Have knowledge

wit English Thesaurus

Eleanor was possessed of a great deal of native wit

wits in wit1 British & World English

The capacity for inventive thought and quick understanding; keen intelligence

to wit in wit2 British & World English

That is to say (used to be more specific about something already referred to)

mother wit British & World English

Natural ability to cope with everyday matters; common sense

brevity is the soul of wit British & World English

The essence of a witty statement lies in its concise wording and delivery

dimwit British & World English

A stupid or silly person

halfwit British & World English

A foolish or stupid person

brevity is the soul of wit in brevity British & World English

The essence of a witty statement lies in its concise wording and delivery