Card and Wit

Card

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Card noun – A person (as a writer) noted for or specializing in humor.
Usage example: you're really a card, but save the jokes for after class

Wit is a synonym for card in laughter topic. In some cases you can use "Wit" instead a noun "Card". popular alternative
Nearby Words: cardboard, carded, cardholder, carder, carding
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Wit

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Wit noun – A person (as a writer) noted for or specializing in humor.
Usage example: the pundits and political wits will get a lot of mileage out of the senator's latest gaffe

Card is a synonym for wit in laughter topic. You can use "Card" instead a noun "Wit", if it concerns topics such as person who is very funny. informal substitute
Nearby Words: witty, witling
Synonyms for Wit

How words are described

good good card good wit
high high card high wit
exact exact card exact wit
certain certain card certain wit
Other adjectives: future, original, actual, dark, important.

Both words in one sentence

  • Creator / Allison Pregler aka: Obscurus Lupa Allison (at her wit's end) grits out, "I'll kill you all." Evil Overlooker: Phoebe (or is it Piper?) Halliwell in the title card◊ for Charmed Season Four.
  • To wit: The AI has three cards, which consist of a weak monster, a strong monster whose level is too high to be summoned, and a spell which makes the user discard a card but would let him summon the stronger monster.
  • To wit, he has his goons kidnap Jonouchi to duel Ghost, traps our heroes in the same cave the duel took place in, stole Jonouchi's entry card, and tried to cheat in their duel in the Duelist Kingdom finals.
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