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wisecrack

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwisecrackwise‧crack /ˈwaɪzkræk/ noun [countable]  FUNNYa clever and funny remark or reply syn jokewisecrack verb [intransitive]
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wisecrackAmy responded with a wisecrack that got her in big trouble with the teacher.Bob Hope would keep his audience laughing with an endless stream of jokes and wisecracks.The cab-driver couldn't resist one last wisecrack.
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