Conversation marked by the exchange of witty retorts. See Synonyms at wit1.(noun)
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Use "repartee" in a sentence
"French people generally have always admired a command of words and wit, an elegance of expression and a sharpness of mind expressing itself in repartee, and even in France Paris is particularly famous for it."
"A young Irish newsboy, with a gift for quips and repartee, is named Oscar Wilde."
"“I love to engage in repartee with people who are stupider than I am,” Coulter told the 2,600 people at Jorgensen Auditorium."