Definitions for wittyˈwɪt i
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combining clever conception and facetious expression
"his sermons were unpredictably witty and satirical as well as eloquent"
Wise, having good judgement.
Possessing a strong intellect or intellectual capacity; intelligent, skilful, ingenious.
Clever; amusingly ingenious.
His speech was both witty and informative.
Full of wit.
His frequent quips mark him as particularly witty.
quick of mind; insightful; in possession of wits
She may have grown older, but she has grown no less witty.
Origin: wittig, corresponding to .
possessed of wit; knowing; wise; skillful; judicious; clever; cunning
especially, possessing wit or humor; good at repartee; droll; facetious; sometimes, sarcastic; as, a witty remark, poem, and the like
The Witty worm is a computer worm that attacks the firewall and other computer security products written by a particular company, Internet Security Systems now IBM Internet Security Systems. It was the first worm to take advantage of vulnerabilities in the very pieces of software designed to enhance network security, and carried a destructive payload, unlike previous worms. It is so named because the phrase " insert witty message here" appears in the worm's payload. The Witty worm incident was unique in that the worm spread very rapidly after announcement of the ISS vulnerability, and infected a much smaller and presumably harder-to-infect host population than previous worms.
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- witzig, geistreichGerman
- välkky, sukkelasanainen, terävä, naseva, nokkelaFinnish
- sgaiteachScottish Gaelic
- spiritoso, malizioso, arguzia, faceto, convincente, arguto, fine, ingegnosoItalian
- смышлёный, остроу́мный, сообрази́тельный, у́мный, разу́мныйRussian
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