Definition of mot
: a pithy or witty saying
Recent Examples of mot from the Web
Wayne Brown, current MOT president and CEO, said at Tuesday’s announcement.
Dressed impeccably, a slight smile on his face, a gun in his hand, a beautiful woman by his side, and a clever bon mot reflecting his sybaritic lifestyle on his lips.
No media hordes waiting for a few bon mots from the white-haired trainer.
Pour parler de la France, Marine Le Pen est obligée de plagier MOT POUR MOT un discours de Fillon ... ? #Imposture pic.twitter.com/BasTJsgLWf — Ridicule TV (@RidiculeTV) May 1, 2017 The FN was undeterred.
Here are a few more of Sly’s bons mots, in edited excerpts from the conversation.
Kertzman, the underdog in the US$5 billion database software industry, always had a bon mot to disparage Ellison.
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