One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Joan, new in town, is a wisecracker who just wants to fit in.’
- ‘The modest number of wisecrackers in the back are routinely hushed.’
- ‘Here he plays a hapless barrister, which neatly illustrates the pervasive attitude among English sitcom writers; given the choice between a wisecracker and a buffoon, the buffoon gets the gig every time.’
- ‘All the tough wisecrackers joined the respectful audience.’
- ‘He is the wisecracker, with a clever quip always on hand.’
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