Definition of smarty
Examples of smarty in a Sentence
Don't be such a smarty.
She's a real smarty and does her job very well.
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This smarty-pants spirit was on display in April at the Not the White House Correspondents' Dinner, where the honored guests included a table of fact-checkers.
Back in February, a bunch of smarty-pants academics gathered in Boston to brainstorm strategies to combat fake news.
Writing with spark and gravity, Gunderson adds to the deepening depiction of female smarty pants who advance the sciences.
Ferris Bueller's Day Off (April 1) Matthew Broderick is the king of smarty-pants teen troublemakers in John Hughes' 1986 classic, which continues to get pop-culture shout-outs even today, including via Ryan Reynolds' wisecracking Deadpool.
Smarty Pants LLC, a market research outlet, said YouTube is the top brand for kids ages 6 to 12 followed by four food brands.
On Monday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, Vanity Fair cover star Emma Watson admitted to being a smarty pants on the set of her first films, the Harry Potter movies.
Humble the Technology Industry The new regime in D.C. seems to have had enough of smarty-pants geeks who spend one Red Bull–fueled week writing an emoji chatbot food-ordering app and sell it for a billion dollars.
Ask these Smarty Pants Most big-city dwellers know the annoyance: After walking a single block, out comes the smartphone—
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SMARTY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of smarty for English Language Learners
: a smart person
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