Synonyms of wit in English:

wit


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noun

1also wits‘Eleanor was possessed of a great deal of native wit’

SYNONYMS
intelligence, shrewdness, astuteness, cleverness, canniness, acuteness, acuity, sharpness, sharp-wittedness, sense, good sense, common sense, wisdom, sagacity, judgement, understanding, acumen, discernment, perception, insight, percipience, perspicacity
brains, mind
informal nous, gumption, horse sense
British informal common
North American informal savvy, smarts
ANTONYMS

stupidity

2‘I wanted to bowl him over with my sparkling wit’

SYNONYMS
wittiness, humour, funniness, facetiousness, drollery, waggishness
repartee, badinage, banter, wordplay, raillery, jokes, witticisms, quips, puns
ANTONYMS

humourlessness

3‘she's such a wit’

SYNONYMS
wag, comedian, humorist, funny person, comic, joker, jokester
farceur
informal character
informal, dated card, caution
rare punster