- n. Plural form of wise-ass.
“Their caucus boastrs veterans of Hillary's mutant army, plus all manner of malcontents and wise-asses.”
“Think about it: the woman who's been a weekly punching bag for a bunch of New York City wise-asses who can barely hide their disdain for her finally gets a chance to turn the tables and take a few shots of her own on national television and what does she do?”
“I prefer to pretend this site is a triumph of satiric performance art, because it's too sad to contemplate that these clever wise-asses, Pastors Craig and Mike, actually believe that masturbation is an offense to God and womankind.”
“We were a bunch of adolescent wise-asses and Mr K walked into the room and awed us into silence.”
“While Mr. Ramis was willing to compromise, the bemused wise-asses who were the heroes of his early movies were not.”
“Those Irish wise-asses from Libertyville, Ill., were pulling one over on us.”
“Starinski on Friday, July 23, 2010 11: 44 AM Mrs. Stan Starinski and Dave-UK, The world is full of wise-asses ...”
“Apparently, wise-asses across the nation like to bring up the incident to Winslow by calling him Sargent Winslow.”
“I don’t want to be the dartboard for those wise-asses, either.”
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