Definition of Smarty

1. Noun. An obnoxiously clever or quick-witted person; a smart aleck. ¹



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Definition of Smarty

1. an obnoxiously conceited person [n SMARTIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Smarty

smarting off
smartish
smartly
smartmouth
smartmouthed
smartmouthing
smartmouths
smartness
smartnesses
smartphone
smartphones
smarts
smarts off
smartweed
smartweeds
smarty (current term)
smarty pants
smarty pantses
smartypants
smash
smash-mouth
smash-up
smash and grab
smash and grabs
smash down
smash hit
smash the stack
smash up
smashable
smashed

Literary usage of Smarty

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1. Rose-Belford's Canadian Monthly and National Review edited by Graeme Mercer Adam, George Stewart (1880)
"1 Now, smarty,' I said, ' I haven't done anything to yon, have I ? ... exclaimed smarty ; ' I don't know half the time what I do mean and what 1 don't, ..."

2. Soper's Select Speaker: Containing Choicest Orations, Humorous, Dramatic and by Henry Marlin Soper, Soper School of Oratory (1901)
"An' I says: "I don't 'spect to go nowhere where you go. ole smarty; ole smarty; ole smarty. I jus' hate ever' boy in the worl' but my pa an' Kip Elbert; ..."

3. The Bookman (1906)
"Why, he's a smarty, that's just what he is. Yes, a smarty, and a wrecker of homes, a wrecker of homes—breaking up my flat like this. ..."

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