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wit·ted

 (wĭt′ĭd)
adj.
Having wit or intellectual comprehension. Often used in combination: keen-witted; dull-witted.

wit′ted·ness n.

wit•ted

(ˈwɪt ɪd)

adj.
having wit or wits (usu. used in combination): quick-witted; dull-witted.
[1350–1400]
wit′ted•ness, n.
References in classic literature ?
And spurious wisdom: so doth it call all the wit that slaves, and hoary- headed and weary ones affect; and especially all the cunning, spurious- witted, curious-witted foolishness of priests!
When she HAD got a notion once fixed in her mind she was, like other half- witted people, as obstinate as a mule in keeping it.
The encore consisted of a Q&A from the crowd, which brought his quick witted nature to the fore.