- From Middle English unwitti ("foolish"), from Old English unwittiġ ("unconscious, ignorant, stupid"), equivalent to un- + witty. Cognate with German unwitzig ("unwitty"), Icelandic úvitugr ("ignorant"). (Wiktionary)
“HERTZBERG: No. See, there was -- at NSA, National Student Association, some people were "witty," as we -- as they called it, and some were "unwitty" -- witting or unwitting.”
“This Republican Thanksgiving Day message to the nation is fatuous in the fullest sense of the word (asinine, brainless, foolish, sheepheaded, silly, unwitty, weak-headed, weak-minded, and witless).”
“I mean your lack luster and unwitty post truly shows your ignorance.”
“I got hooked into seeing Raiders of the Lost Ark, which might be excused for its unwitty, unfunny awful socko-ness if it had been put together by Harvard Lampoon seniors.”
“Ghostbusters turned into unwitty, raunchy comedy doesn't sit well with me.”
“That is until I learned that J.D. Salinger said that Raiders of the Lost Ark "might be excused for its unwitty, unfunny awful socko-ness if it had been put together by Harvard Lampoon seniors.”
“So, if I'm flinching when the Eye touches on these things in their witty way, what of my own daily dose of unwitty doom and gloom here on this blog?”
“Peace, sorry for the rather unwitty entry, but we all have our days, huh? posted by Brian at”
“I'm sure most of you caught that, but for those who don't get my twisted and unwitty sense of humor, now you see where the title came from.”
“He was the victim of an unwitty cynicism, and of a heavy irresponsibility.”
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