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  • Chuikov's answer was a model of restraint, a standing testimony to the cool head and dry wit of that remarkable man.


  • She might be a more subdued version of the animated spitfire who'd trailed his tracks and kept him from falling irretrievably into mischief with her dry wit and wisdom.

    Strategic Engagement

  • A day passed in the society of those Greek sages, such as described in the Banquet of Xenophon, would not be comparable with the dry wit of decayed cranberry vines, and the fresh Attic salt of the moss-beds.

    A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers


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  • "The ability to criticise someone and have them laugh about it; ... Cutting sarcasm cleverly masked as a lighthearted joke; the epitome of Oscar Wilde" --Urban Dictionary

    January 29, 2010