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aphorism a terse, sometimes witty statement of a general truth or observation; adage.
banter witty, playful conversation. [1/3 definitions]
bon mot a particularly apt or witty word or expression.
clever quick-witted; witty. [1/4 definitions]
high comedy comedy involving the upper social classes, featuring an intricate plot, sophisticated characterization, and witty dialogue. (Cf. low comedy.)
jeu d'esprit play of spirit (French); a piece of writing that is clever or witty.
mot a clever or witty remark.
novella a short novel, often witty or satirical in its earlier forms.
one-liner a short witty or amusing remark.
repartee a quick, clever reply; witty retort. [2/3 definitions]
retort1 to say or write (something) as an angry, witty, or argumentative reply. [1/5 definitions]
salty sharp, witty, or sexually suggestive, as a joke or story. [1/2 definitions]
sparkle to be dynamic, lively, or witty. [1/9 definitions]
squib an utterance or brief piece of writing that is witty or sarcastic; lampoon. [1/4 definitions]
touché used to acknowledge a witty reply or a point well made by one's opponent in argument. [1/2 definitions]
witling someone who tries to appear witty, esp. one who has little wit.
witticism a witty remark, joke, insult, or saying.
zinger (informal) a quick witty retort or remark, esp. one causing embarrassment. [1/2 definitions]