whip-smart

whip-smart

adj
informal extremely clever
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Add Rob Hart's whip-smart thriller "The Warehouse" to that oeuvre.
The whip-smart screening will muse upon Connolly's career in comedy, which was filmed exclusively for cinema audiences prior to his Billy's retirement in 2016 following his diagnosis with Parkinson's Disease.
A collaboration between Brittany Cavallaro (author of the Charlotte Holmes series) and Emily Henry (The Love That Split the World ), Hello Girls (Katherine Tegen, $17.99, 9780062803429, audio/eBook available) is a whip-smart ode to what can be accomplished by underestimated young women.
Throw in a few high-speed car chases, shootouts and whip-smart banter and you've got yourself a comedy police action romp.
But not all is at seems in this compulsively readable, whip-smart thriller, with its emotional core and spectacular twists.
But not all is how it seems in this compulsively readable, whip-smart thriller, with a strong emotional core and some spectacular twists.
Conviction by Denise Mina HHHHH It won't take you long to finish this thriller from the whip-smart Scottish crime writer.
Davies, best known as a panellist on the TV show 'QI' and a star of hit BBC crime drama 'Jonathan Creek', will combine virtuosic story-telling and whip-smart jokes at his show.
Comedic actorWill Fortewill portray Scoob's best friend Shaggy, while Jane the Virgin actress Gina Rodriguez will play whip-smart Velma.
Surrounded by manuals, videos and frank conversations about sex with his vagina workshop-facilitating mom, Otis soon turns his reluctance into a financially lucrative business partnership with Maeve (Emma Mackey), the whip-smart bad girl he has a huge crush on.
We're talking about the whip-smart, suave, ridiculously well-read judges of yore.