Crossword Clues

Crossword Clues
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Clue Answer
KEEN SENSE OF HUMOR WIT
ASTUTENESS WIT
ABILITY TO BANTER WIT
"QUICK" THING FOR A COMIC TO HAVE WIT
CUNNING WIT
"THE NOBLEST FRAILTY OF THE MIND": SHADWELL WIT
REASONABLENESS WIT
WITTICISM WIT
PLEASANTRY WIT
ONE ALWAYS READY WITH QUICK COMEBACKS WIT
SOUNDNESS WIT
FUNNINESS WIT
"EDUCATED INSOLENCE," ACCORDING TO ARISTOTLE WIT
IT MAY BE DRY OR SPARKLING WIT
MENTAL AGILITY WIT
OSCAR WILDE'S FORTE WIT
PUNSTER, FOR ONE WIT
MENTAL CAPACITY WIT
INGENIOUS WIT
A LIVELY PERSON MAY HAVE A SPARKLING ONE WIT
CLEVER ONE WIT
PRACTICALITY WIT
AD-LIBBER'S ASSET WIT
KEEN PERCEPTION STARTING WITH INCREASED TENSION WIT
LEVITY WIT
FREQUENT QUOTE SOURCE WIT
PRODUCER OF A ZINGER WIT
LEG-PULLER WIT
GIFT FOR REPARTEE WIT
COMEDIAN'S FORTE WIT
INSULT WIT
AWARENESS WIT
ONE SKILLED AT REPARTEE WIT
"FEW LOVE IT UNLESS IN THEMSELVES," PER LORD CHESTERFIELD WIT
MOTHER ___ WIT
TINGED WITH SARCASM WIT
BRAINPOWER WIT
SWITCHED WITH HUMOUR WIT
COMEDIAN'S ASSET WIT
MENTAL SHARPNESS WIT
GAG WIT
QUIP WIT
JEST WIT
BRAINS WIT
ONE QUICK TO QUIP WIT
"THERE'S MANY A MAN HATH MORE HAIR THAN ___": SHAK. WIT
SKILL WITH WORDPLAY WIT
JOKER WIT
"MAKE IT ___ CHU" QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE WIT
TRICK WIT
COMMON SENSE WIT
WAITER HASN'T GOT EAR OF COMEDIAN WIT
JACKIE MASON OR BUDDY HACKETT WIT
JEER WIT
COMPREHENSION WIT
PLAY THAT WON THE 1999 PULITZER FOR DRAMA WIT
HUMOUR FROM SWITZERLAND WIT
SMILE-INDUCING SPEAKER WIT
FOOL AT FIRST LACKING SENSE OF HUMOUR WIT
ABILITY TO SAY CLEVER THINGS WIT
GOOD SENSE WIT
QUICK QUALITY WIT
REAL CARD WIT
HALF-___ WIT
SCREAM WIT
Quickness of mind WIT
CLEVER PERSON WIT
TRICKSTER WIT
JOKE WIT
SENSE WIT
DISCERNMENT WIT
One-liner producer WIT
___ AND WISDOM WIT
50 Cent's "Who U Rep ___" WIT
It can be dry or sparkling WIT
GUMPTION WIT
JIMMY FALLON ASSET WIT
FUNNY PERSON WIT
MENTAL ABILITY WIT
TALENT FOR PERSIFLAGE WIT
KNACK FOR SNAPPY COMEBACKS WIT
ZINGER DELIVERER WIT
INTELLIGENCE; HUMORIST WIT
RIDICULE WIT
MOCKERY WIT
CRACK WIT
NERVE WIT
PRUDENCE WIT
GOOD HUMOR MAN WIT
FEATURE OF WILL SMITH'S LYRICS WIT
JOKER USED IN WHIST, ODDLY WIT
Lively humour WIT
Dorothy Parker's asset WIT
WILL ROGERS FORTE WIT
SHARP HUMOR WIT
WISE GUY WIT
ROMEO'S WAS "A MOST SHARP SAUCE" WIT
INTELLIGENCE WIT
DROLLERY WIT
GIBE WIT
APHORISM WIT
BON MOT WIT
PUNS AND SUCH WIT
QUOTABLE ONE WIT
"AT TWENTY YEARS OF AGE, THE WILL REIGNS; AT THIRTY, THE ____" WIT
TO ___ : NAMELY, THAT IS TO SAY ? WIT
ACUMEN WIT
Art Buchwald's sine qua non WIT
LIFE OF MANY A PARTY WIT
ASSET FOR A FUNNY AD-LIBBER WIT
"WELL-BRED INSOLENCE," PER ARISTOTLE WIT
QUICK THINKING WIT
HUMOUR WIT
Seinfeld, e.g. WIT
PRANK WIT
HUMOUR OR COMMON SENSE WIT
CLEVER WIT
RIB-TICKLER WIT
CONVERSATION WIT
SANITY WIT
JOKESTER WIT
PRACTICAL JOKE WIT
CLEVERNESS WIT
SHARP HUMOUR WIT
SHARP SENSE OF HUMOR WIT
DOROTHY PARKER QUALITY WIT
GROUCHO'S FORTE WIT
BOMBECK'S SHTICK WIT
INSIGHT WIT
AFTER NIT, HALF OR DIM WIT
Humour or ingenuity WIT
KEEN INTELLIGENCE WIT
CLEVER SORT WIT
One good at comebacks WIT
INGENUITY WIT
40 American beer brewed in Belgian style WIT
Oscar Wilde, notably WIT
Dave Barry's faculty WIT
Sparkling gift? WIT
JESTING SORT WIT
Funny bone tickler WIT
What starts without intelligence WIT
Knack for comebacks WIT
FUNNY PERSON'S ASSET WIT
"Rock ___ U" (Awww Baby)" (Ashanti) WIT
VERBAL DEFTNESS WIT
Jesting type WIT
QUIPSTER WIT
Stand-up specialty WIT
QUIPSTER WIT
Feature of Algonquin Round Table discussions WIT
Quipster's asset WIT
Humour with husband sent packing WIT
Stand-up's asset WIT
As humour, it has point WIT
Acuteness WIT
Ability to use words in a clever and amusing way WIT
Humorist's skill WIT
JOKE WRITER'S SPECIALTY WIT
WILDE FORTE WIT
ZINGER DELIVERER OR WISECRACKER WIT
Adroit humor WIT
Satirist's specialty WIT
Humorist's strength WIT
Comic’s forte WIT
Clever type WIT
"___ and wisdom are like the seven stars, seldom seen together": Thomas Fuller WIT
Raconteur's asset WIT
ROUTINE STRENGTH? WIT
BREVITY IS SAID TO BE THE SOUL OF IT WIT
Part of lyrical content, at times WIT
Wordplay and such WIT
Joke writer's forte WIT
Wilde strength WIT
Comedic quality WIT
Apt humor WIT
EASE WIT
What "many a man hath more hair than," in Shakespeare WIT
PRACTICAL INTELLIGENCE WIT
HUMOUR; WAG WIT
JON STEWART DISPLAY WIT
SENSE OF HUMOR WIT
HUMORIST WIT
JOKE WRITER'S ASSET WIT
ONE SKILLED IN REPARTEE WIT
RAPIER ___ WIT
HUMOR WIT
IRONY WIT
FUNNY FELLOW WIT
The sense to take a little water with it WIT
Algonquin Round Table member, e.g. WIT
Typical Algonquin Round Table member WIT
Quipster or punster WIT
CLEVER NATURE WIT
CARD QUALITY WIT
Verbal cleverness WIT
'Irreverence is easy--what's hard is __': Tom Lehrer WIT
Delay cancelling a clever speaker WIT
Used for funny lyrics WIT
PUNSTER'S QUALITY WIT
FACILITY WIT
NOUS WIT
COMICAL SORT WIT
Good humor man? WIT
QUIP QUALITY, HOPEFULLY WIT
Characteristic of lyrics, at times WIT
Namely, after "to" WIT
QUIPSTER'S QUALITY WIT
CLEVER HUMOR WIT
MARX ASSET WIT
MARX ASSET WIT
SATIRIST'S ASSET WIT
Life of the party, perhaps WIT
'At twenty years of age, the will reigns; at thirty, the ____' WIT
Oscar Wilde, e.g WIT
Wilde, for one WIT
Brainy skill WIT
Wilde for one with a certain appeal WIT
Expert in repartee WIT
'There's many a man hath more hair than ___': Shak WIT
CARD WIT
REPARTEE WIT
WISDOM'S PARTNER WIT
COMICAL QUALITY WIT
WAG WIT
CLEVER HUMOUR WIT
STEPHEN COLBERT ASSET WIT
BON MOT EXPERT WIT
WORDPLAY, E.G. WIT
He's a hoot WIT
Humor writer's quality WIT
Oscar Wilde's sine qua non WIT
Conan quality WIT
Mental ability WIT
Intelligence; humorous person WIT
Raconteur's talent WIT
'Brevity is the soul of ...' WIT
Funny how you get namely to it WIT
PUNSTER WIT
COMIC WIT
Cleverness with words and ideas WIT
Actually, one may get to this sort of humour WIT
REPARTEE PRO WIT
Reparteeist WIT
WORDPLAY USER WIT
Possessing endless ingenuity WIT
ORATOR'S ASSET WIT
Humorist's sine qua non WIT
JOCULARITY WIT
Form of humour WIT
HUMORIST'S FORTE WIT
Comic's need WIT
WISECRACKER WIT
Ability to amuse WIT
ZINGER PRODUCER WIT
Maker of clever remarks WIT
ACUITY WIT
RAILLERY WIT
WILDE, NOTABLY WIT
Humour or mental capacity WIT
Intelligence having to abandon lead in Helmand WIT
Wordplay, e.g WIT
JESTER WIT
Quickness at clever remarks WIT
1999 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama WIT
Ingenuity or verbal fun WIT
MENTAL QUICKNESS WIT
To this, that is to say, it's clever WIT
How clever to dry up in her company! WIT
A way with words WIT
Raconteur asset WIT
REPARTEE BY MISSING HUSBAND WIT
TALENT FOR BANTER WIT
TWAIN'S TALENT WIT
1999 PULITZER-WINNING PLAY BY MARGARET EDSON WIT
TALENT FOR REPARTEE WIT
48-DOWN, E.G. WIT
''Quotation is a serviceable substitute for __'': Wilde WIT
Clever humour in speech WIT
Jon Stewart asset WIT
Natural intelligence WIT
COMEDIAN WIT
'Rapier' quality WIT
Life of the party, often WIT
Pulitzer-winning play of 1999 WIT
Clever comedian WIT
Funny one's asset WIT
Slayer of a sort WIT
'Well-bred insolence,' per Aristotle WIT
Having no hard intelligence WIT
"IRREVERENCE IS EASY--WHAT'S HARD IS __": TOM LEHRER WIT
MARK TWAIN, NOTABLY WIT
Comical skill WIT
Droll humor WIT
''Educated insolence,'' to Aristotle WIT
Punster's skill WIT
Quipping sort WIT
Verbal ability WIT
Clever commenter WIT
'Few love it unless in themselves,' per Lord Chesterfield WIT
Coward, for one WIT
INGENUITY; WAG WIT
AD LIBBER'S ASSET WIT
Algonquin Round Table member, e.g WIT
Algonquin Round Table member, e.g WIT
SAGACITY WIT
MENTAL ACUITY WIT
AMUSING PERSON WIT
AMUSING QUALITY WIT
RIB TICKLER WIT
COMIC'S ASSET WIT
DROLLNESS, HUMOUR WIT
WAG'S QUALITY WIT
SEINFELD SPECIALTY WIT
WOODY ALLEN ASSET WIT
Romeo's was 'a most sharp sauce,' per Shakespeare WIT
SECOND PART OF 1 ACROSS WIT
Amusing person who makes jokes WIT
Swift gift WIT
Punning and such WIT
Parker pen product WIT
It may be native WIT
Wildean quality WIT
'Educated insolence,' according to Aristotle WIT
It can be cutting or sparkling WIT
Wag’s specialty WIT
Humorist's talent WIT
Humorist's talent WIT
FUNNY ONE WIT
HUMORIST; INTELLIGENCE WIT
NATIVE ___ WIT
CARD'S QUALITY WIT
SWIFT QUALITY WIT
TINA FEY DISPLAY WIT
Romeo's was 'a most sharp sauce' WIT
    'Cultured insolence,' according to Aristotle WIT
Women object to salt WIT
Knack for quick comebacks WIT

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