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- n. alternative spelling of wiseguy.
“•The skinny: O'Hair, 27, ranked No. 19, was a wise-guy pick in the U.S.”
“MR: Your new album, How To Become Clairvoyant, is a very personal album for you, even though it's got this kind of "wise-guy" title.”
“He and I developed the site's sensibility and wise-guy voice a while back, and now he does most of the writing and editing.”
“There is lots of wise-guy bantering and sarcasm, some of it clever.”
“His three wise-guy friends tried and tried again to get him to accept the blame and change his ways, but he told them angrily that he was already doing everything right.”
“Plus, withholding information fits Marlowe's wise-guy character.”
“You cannot defend this, and there are no wise-guy answers.”
“The pace of life slows and I see each year how much my kids have grown and how each is an unmerited gift from God in their own way -- Kerry for her sarcastic brilliance, Seamus for his wise-guy sense of humor, my son Cole for his pure love of life.”
“I was drawn into the article by the title “Obama Appeals to Working Women, in a Low-Key Way” but was treated mainly to the wise-guy remarks of the reporter on what the Senator apparently told his financial supporters in California about the tactics of the two parties in this election.”
“As my friend said: "After all, we already know he can play a good quirky immortal wise-guy.”
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