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Synonyms for smart

Synonyms for smart

amusing or pleasing because of wit or originality

having or showing a clever awareness and resourcefulness in practical matters

to feel or cause to feel a sensation of heat or discomfort

a sensation of physical discomfort occurring as the result of disease or injury

the faculty of thinking, reasoning, and acquiring and applying knowledge

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a kind of pain such as that caused by a wound or a burn or a sore

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showing mental alertness and calculation and resourcefulness

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elegant and stylish

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characterized by quickness and ease in learning

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improperly forward or bold

painfully severe

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quick and brisk

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capable of independent and apparently intelligent action

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If that is something you want to avoid, you might consider getting yourself up to HMV smartish and, if you can find it, buy something.
His poems have appeared in Field, Quarterly West, Water-Stone Review, Smartish Pace, Best New Poets 2009, and elsewhere.
However, Sporting are aware of the need to find a replacement for Van der Sar smartish and they believe a compromise can be reached that will see them get close to their asking price.
Now such well-known anti-Welsh naysayers as, er, Deputy First Minister Ieuan Wyn Jones, have attacked the running of the channel, it's clear things are going to have to change - and smartish.
The Scot's free-kick from wide on the left arrowed to the near post deceiving everyone apart from Forest goalkeeper and captain Lee Camp, who was across smartish to push it away.
Speaking from the Russian capital, she said last night: "I only had the clothes I stood up in - smartish trousers, a thin jumper and thin cardigan, winter coat and shoes.
As soon as the game started, the names of Edwards, Swift and the rest disappeared smartish from the perimeter.
When one brushed past her leg and had a peek in her handbag, she fled the table pretty smartish.
West Brom have lost six of seven away games against teams in the top ten, and given that this is the first of six clashes with tophalf opposition in their run-in, that's another problem they need to sort out smartish.
The Rovers keeper was also out smartish to block at the feet of Folan as he burst through the defence.
EWS that the ``baby boomer'' generation is sneering at growing old gracefully brought a vigorous nodding of wizened heads in the curmudgeonly codgers corner of a smartish city centre bar, which after the sun goes down is throbbing with half-dressed screeching youngsters hell-bent on bedlam.
When England departed for their halime oranges, or in Gazza's case a crafty fag and a kebab, Hoddle knew he had to come up with some answers smartish.
United had come off a run of five successive victory parades (six including the league cup) and needed to return to the winner's enclosure pretty smartish.
His work has appeared in numerous journals including Boston Review, Harvard Review, The Iowa Review, Smartish Pace, Grand Street, The Literary Review, Tin House, Fence, and Verse as well as several anthologies.