adj. clever, intelligent, shrewd, sharp, witty
n. clever, wise, shrewd; sharp, witty
Upon hearing this, everyone applauded: it was the first clever insight that the King had made that day.
She was beautiful, clever, funny and a school teacher.
"You are so clever," said the Reindeer; "you can, I know, twist all the winds of the world together in a knot.
After all, human beings were very wonderful and clever.
Anybody can offer clever criticism, but not do it better.
for she has read all the newspapers in the whole world, and has forgotten them again--so clever is she.
He was too clever and too cynical to be really fond of.
He was not clever enough to have enemies.
Her clever tongue gets on one's nerves.
If a good thought passed through a man's mind, then a grin was seen in the mirror, and the sprite laughed heartily at his clever discovery.
1. alert: astute, graceful, keen, handy, adroit, skillful, dexterous
2. bright: able, smart, apt, intelligent, gifted, resourceful, inventive
3. witty: facile, piquant, scintillating, smart aleck
4. shrewd: crafty, cagey, canny, sly, tricky, wily, disingenuous