TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «SHARP-WITTEDLY»
The term «sharp-wittedly» is barely ever used and occupies the 211.362
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3. alertly, attentively, keenly, acutely, sharply; intel- igently; nimble-wittedly, quick-
wittedly, ready- wittedly, sharp-wittedly; clearheadedly, clear-wittedly. imbus, n. \.
cloud, aura, atmosphere, ambience, mood; character, air, quality, tone, feel, ...
Jerome Irving Rodale, 1978
Oxford Dictionary of English
derivatives sharp-wittedly adverb, sharpwittedness noun. shashlik /ˈʃaʃlɪk/
7noun (pl. same or shashliks) (in Asia and eastern Europe) a mutton kebab. –
origin from Russian shashlyk, based on Turkish sis 'spit, skewer'; compare with ...
Red Memories pentalogy:
“You want to talk me into buying something, eh?” he said sharp-wittedly in
English with a smile. But Pillar and Army didn't quite understand the meaning of
the sentence and continued pestering the young man. Fearing it would create a
Oxford English Dictionary Additions Series
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tenancy I six I sharp-wittedly I short-term I sixsome I shay-shay: see SHEY-SHEY I
short-termer I sixteen I she I short-termism I 1662 I she—male l short—termist I ...
J. A. Simpson, Michael Proffitt, E. S. C. Weiner, 1997
he said sharp-wittedly in English with a smile. But Pillar and Army didn't quite
understand the meaning of the sentence and continued pestering the young man
. Fearing it would create a bad impression, Gao went up to him and said, “Excuse
Logic, Epistemology, and the Unity of Science
... 2001) answers the critics of (Hand and Kvanvig 1999) that the proposed
restriction being ad hoc, but (Williamson 2000b) sharp-wittedly shows that
Tennant's proposal does not succeed in avoiding the problematic consequences
it wants to ...
Shahid Rahman, John Symons, Dov M. Gabbay, 2009
Prolegomena to Homer, 1795
... and put them together into order after they had previously been read here and
there and by chance, since their order had been torn apart in the course of time.”
" As, most sharp-wittedly of all, J. G. Eichhorn in Repertorium fur Biblisehe ...
Friedrich August Wolf, 2014
... you guys dating or what?” asked McCowly sharp-wittedly. They both suddenly
became silent then looked at each other 25 Fiesta Haze.
He sharply (and sharp—wittedly) attacks my thesis of analyticity. I have no space
here to reply to it (a reply will be published separately), but thinking about
Allison's own interpretation made me rethink my own and this helped me better
see the ...
The Eternity of the World: In the Thought of Thomas Aquinas ...
From this we can conclude that creation in a philosophical sense might possibly
have been from eternity. Thomas does not say this expressly in art. 2, but it is
certainly implied in his text, as Richard of Middleton has sharp-wittedly shown.55
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'Hyde Park': Fine Murray, Soapy Take on FDR
They include his wife, Eleanor, who's played sharp-wittedly by Olivia Williams (watch her casually egalitarian and cheerfully self-ironic curtsy to the queen); his ... «Wall Street Journal, Dec 12»