Mind and Wit

Mind

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Mind noun – The part of a person that feels, thinks, perceives, wills, and especially reasons.
Usage example: scientists still disagree about exactly where the mind is located

Wit is a synonym for mind in intelligence topic. In some cases you can use "Wit" instead a noun "Mind", when it comes to topics like ability, intellect, reason, sane.
Nearby Words: mindless, minded, mindful, minding, mindfully
Synonyms for Mind

Wit

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Wit noun – A person (as a writer) noted for or specializing in humor.
Mind is a synonym for wit in intelligence topic. You can use "Mind" instead a noun "Wit", if it concerns topics such as ability, intellect, reason, sane.
Nearby Words: witty, witling
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How words are described

keen keen mind keen wit
good good mind good wit
original original mind original wit
sharp sharp mind sharp wit
Other adjectives: great, quick, incredible.

Both words in one sentence

  • Bald of Awesome By becoming a wit, you gain telepathic powers, the ability to cause pain with your mind, and other untapped feats of mental strength.
  • To wit: if one wished to experience all the (available) episodes of this show, not including special features, it would take about 300 mind-numbing hours.
    Source: Archive Panic
  • They are essentially there to stimulate his body and mind with their beauty and wit, and some of them have risen to respectable positions among the pirates thanks to their cunning.
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