wisecrack


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Synonyms for wisecrack

joke

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joke

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Synonyms for wisecrack

a flippant or sarcastic remark

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Synonyms for wisecrack

witty remark

make a comment, usually ironic

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Songs include Volare, I Only Have Eyes For You, The Lady Is A Tramp and Luck Be A Lady - but it also comes complete with wisecracks, live dialogue and impressions.
The record signing has endured wisecracks after going over 12 hours without a goal since his move from Liverpool.
And Professor of Classics Mary Beard's wisecracks really are getting on - in fact, they are 1,600-years-old.
As the audience filed into the theater, there were the expected wisecracks you'd get from any young crowd.
Quick-witted Pagan, who narrates in the present tense, is a wonderful character, full of wisecracks and sarcastic asides but brave and loyal in defense of his beloved Lord Roland.
Sir Alex Ferguson and funny wisecracks normally go together about as well as Jose Mourinho and a dose of modesty.
And normally jovial John Prescott was given just 55 seconds of ovation after he hacked all the wisecracks from his speech.
He blames his parents, naturally (he suffers from "Premature Parental Fatigue Syndrome," he claims), his friends, and so on, and meets the world with sarcastic wisecracks, but in the end girls are fighting over him and he and Sandi are back on again.
And as he got the news at his California home, AP were braced for one of his famous wisecracks.