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witted

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adjective wit·ted \ˈwi-təd\

Definition of witted

  1. :  having wit or understanding —usually used in combination <dull-witted> <quick-witted>



14th Century

First Known Use of witted

14th century

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WITTED Defined for Kids

witted

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adjective wit·ted \ˈwi-təd\

Definition of witted

  1. :  having wit or understanding —used in combination <quick-witted> <slow-witted>




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