⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'wittiest' von Englisch nach Deutsch
ADJ   witty | wittier | wittiest
wittiest {adj}witzigste
wittiest {adj}geistreichste
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Übersetzung für 'wittiest' von Englisch nach Deutsch

wittiest {adj}

Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • "Down You Go" has been described as "one of the wittiest, most intelligent panel shows on television".
  • At one time he held the position of Registrar of the Authors' Association. He was described as "the wittiest man in London".
  • Veteran Pakistani journalist Altaf Gauhar had once named him the wittiest newspaper columnist in Pakistan.
  • Lady Dalkeith was described as "the wittiest of women", still youthful and charming when she was well over fifty: "the many afflictions she suffered never touched her wit and good nature".
  • "There is a story told," I said, "of Monseigneur Dupanloup, Bishop of Orleans, who was supposed to be one of the wittiest men of his time.
  • Richard Dawkins called him "the wittiest of all scientific writers", and "New Scientist" magazine's obituary called him "perhaps the best science writer of his generation".
  • Co-creator Bill Hanna said it was one of the wittiest and most sophisticated shows he produced with a rare appeal to audiences of all ages.
  • In 2010, Borowitz appeared on the PBS show "Need to Know". Tom Shales, television critic for "The Washington Post", singled out Borowitz for praise, calling him "one of the wittiest Web wags".
  • "Asta Nielsen's trouser-roll films are among the wittiest and most imaginative comedy produced at the time," critics said in retrospect.
  • She was an associate of some of the wittiest and most brilliant men and women of literature that spent time at the Algonquin Hotel in Manhattan.
  • Baradwaj Rangan of Film Companion South wrote "Oththa Seruppu has also got to be one of the wittiest “message movies” ever, for, despite the cover of crime, the narrative is actually about haves and have-nots".
  • Novelist Violet Hunt wrote: "She was very beautiful with a queer, large, tortured mouth that said the wittiest things, eyes that tore your soul out of your body for pity and yet danced".
  • Aretino is frequently mentioned in English works of the Elizabethan and later periods and differently appreciated, in comments ranging from "It was one of the wittiest knaves that ever God made" of Nashe ("The Unfortunate Traveller") to "that notorious ribald of Arezzo" of Milton's "Areopagitica".
  • Wanjiku the teacher was well received by the comedy audiences in Kenya and beyond referring to her as the biggest, wittiest female comedian in Kenya, fastest rising comedian as others called her Kenya's Queen of Comedy.
  • The Pundits doubtless did not originally hold naked parties, but contented themselves with assembling the wittiest and most brilliant members of the senior class for a weekly dinner, and participating in a series of elaborate pranks and lampoons intended to deflate pomposity and pretension among the student body.
  • "Computer Daily News" editor David Frith has described Powell as "the best, wittiest and most perceptive commentator on the local IT scene from the mid 1960s".
  • He was considered one of the sharpest and wittiest speakers of the extreme left.
  • Ernest Jones, who considered Sachs his closest friend among the Viennese, adjudged him both the wittiest and the most apolitical of Freud's inner circle.
  • He has been described as one of the most prolific composers of his era, and one of the wittiest of writers.
  • Richard Dowse PC (1824 – 14 March 1890) was an Irish politician, barrister and judge, who was reputed to be the wittiest Parliamentary orator of his time.
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