Expression and Wit


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Expression noun – An act, process, or means of putting something into words.
Wit and expression are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Wit" instead a noun "Expression".
Nearby Words: express, expressive, expressed, expressly, expressionless
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Wit noun – A person (as a writer) noted for or specializing in humor.
Expression and wit are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Expression" instead a noun "Wit".
Nearby Words: witty, witling
Synonyms for Wit
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How words are described

exact exact expression exact wit
typical typical expression typical wit
usual usual expression usual wit
certain certain expression certain wit
Other adjectives: standard, obvious, actual, constant, grim, silly, deadpan, silent.

Both words in one sentence

  • He does think about reconciling with it after Woe from Wit (which was basically an expression of his frustrations with this city; a big, long "The Reason You Suck" Speech aimed at the whole of local aristocracy), but decides that he isn't ready yet.
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