Definition of "ready-witted" [read•y-wit•ted]

  • (adjective) Having ready wit.

Use "ready-witted" in a sentence

  • "But his apprehensions were those of a brave, ready-witted man, who, even in the extremity of danger, which appeared to surround him, preserved his presence of mind."
  • "“What choice have we?” said the ready-witted maiden,"
  • "Being, however, both ready-witted and chivalrous, he perceived that this was no time for idle speculation."

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