Word "SMART" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Adjective
Definition:
improperly forward or bold
Synonyms:
fresh, impertinent, impudent, overbold, sassy, saucy, wise

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a kind of pain such as that caused by a wound or a burn or a sore
Synonyms:
smarting, smartness

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
be the source of pain
Synonyms:
ache, hurt

Crossword Clues for SMART

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Clue Source Date
Like a WiFi-enabled toaster LA Times Daily 30 Sep 2022
Intelligent USA Today 03 Sep 2022
Brisk, small trading place The Telegraph Cryptic 29 Aug 2022
Like some watches LA Times Daily 17 Jul 2022
Stylish vehicles turned up The Telegraph Cryptic 12 Jul 2022
'Nice thinking!' USA Today 23 Jun 2022
Brainy Eugene Sheffer 17 Jun 2022
Stylish Thomas Joseph 28 May 2022
'Hacks' Emmy winner Jean The Washington Post 13 May 2022
"Hacks" Emmy winner Jean LA Times Daily 13 May 2022
Bright Wall Street Journal 03 May 2022
Brainy Wall Street Journal 02 May 2022
Intelligent vehicles are on the rise The Times Cryptic 30 Mar 2022
Trim and well-dressed or clever Irish Times Simplex 29 Mar 2022
Stylish Thomas Joseph 28 Mar 2022
Stylish Thomas Joseph 02 Mar 2022
Chic USA Today 01 Jan 2022
Fashionable electric vehicles backed The Times Cryptic 30 Nov 2021
Brainy Wall Street Journal 13 Nov 2021
Brainy Eugene Sheffer 30 Oct 2021
Brainy Thomas Joseph 25 Oct 2021
Fashionable The Times Concise 03 Oct 2021
Mentally agile Newsday 19 Sep 2021
Intelligent New York Times 13 Sep 2021
Hard to fool Newsday 12 Sep 2021
Clever The Telegraph Quick 30 Aug 2021
Trim The Times Concise 15 Aug 2021
'Good thinking!' USA Today 10 Aug 2021
Intelligent Family Time 02 Aug 2021
Clever Canadiana 26 Jul 2021
Brainy Wall Street Journal 08 Jun 2021
Mentally adept Newsday 02 May 2021
'I like your thinking!' USA Today 13 Mar 2021
Intelligent Universal 19 Feb 2021
Sharp New York Times 14 Feb 2021
Sting LA Times Daily 31 Jan 2021
Sting The Washington Post 31 Jan 2021
Brainy Universal 21 Jan 2021
Stylish Thomas Joseph 16 Jan 2021
Bright Wall Street Journal 12 Jan 2021
Stylish Newsday 10 Jan 2021
Clever; neat The Telegraph Quick 16 Dec 2020
Intelligent The Sun Two Speed 26 Nov 2020
Neat public transport heading north The Sun Two Speed 26 Nov 2020
Clever Universal 31 Oct 2020
Of high intelligence Newsday 20 Oct 2020
Lead-in to 'home' or 'phone' USA Today 18 Oct 2020
Type of card or watch The Washington Post 04 Oct 2020
Type of card or watch LA Times Daily 04 Oct 2020
Brainy USA Today 18 Aug 2020
Intelligent USA Today 15 Aug 2020
Like a brainiac Universal 03 Aug 2020
Like some phones USA Today 21 Jul 2020
Spruce in small trading centre The Sun Two Speed 05 Jul 2020
Brainy Eugene Sheffer 27 May 2020
Very intelligent Newsday 09 Mar 2020
'Good thinking!' The Washington Post 20 Feb 2020
"Good thinking!" LA Times Daily 20 Feb 2020
___ aleck USA Today 05 Jan 2020
Sting New York Times 12 Dec 2019
Sting
'Nice thinking!' New York Times 30 Aug 2019
Nobody's fool Newsday 25 Aug 2019
Fashionably dressed dame from Amsterdam Irish Times Crosaire 17 Aug 2019
Tony New York Times 25 Jul 2019
In vogue Newsday 07 Jun 2019
Bright The Washington Post Sunday 12 May 2019
Quick on the uptake USA Today 02 May 2019
'Good thinking!' New York Times 21 Apr 2019
Sting The Telegraph Quick 09 Apr 2019
Stylish vehicles turned up The Telegraph Cryptic 07 Apr 2019
Bright LA Times Daily 08 Feb 2019
Bright The Washington Post 08 Feb 2019
Intelligent Newsday 21 Jan 2019
Fashionable
Bright
"Nice thinking!"
Quick on the uptake
"Good thinking!"
Tony
Clever or stylish The Washington Post 25 Dec 2018
Clever or stylish LA Times Daily 25 Dec 2018
Northbound public transport is impressive The Sun Two Speed 18 Dec 2018
Owning a 4.0 GPA, say USA Today 15 Dec 2018
Clever The Telegraph Quick 04 Dec 2018
Sting The Chronicle of Higher Education 30 Nov 2018
By no means a numskull USA Today 30 Nov 2018
Intelligent; sting The Times Concise 26 Nov 2018
With 4 Down, sassy sort The Washington Post Sunday 18 Nov 2018
Dapper The Telegraph Quick 15 Nov 2018
Sharp, as apparel or a person Newsday 20 Oct 2018
Posh The Times Concise 16 Sep 2018
Sting; clever The Telegraph Quick 27 Aug 2018
Clever St Martin extracts broken metal The Telegraph Toughie 01 Aug 2018
Well-thought-out Newsday 01 Aug 2018
Neat public transport's coming back! The Sun Two Speed 30 Jul 2018
Somewhat modish and rather trim initially The Telegraph Cryptic 14 Jun 2018
Eligible for Mensa USA Today 11 Jun 2018
Clever sting The Telegraph Cryptic 09 Apr 2018
Stylish Wall Street Journal 03 Apr 2018
Chic The Washington Post 15 Mar 2018
Chic LA Times Daily 15 Mar 2018
Sting; intelligent The Times Concise 12 Mar 2018
Like a Mensan USA Today 28 Feb 2018
Intelligent The Times Concise 11 Feb 2018
Well-dressed The Telegraph Quick 05 Feb 2018
Stylish seconds displayed by marketplace The Telegraph Cryptic 01 Feb 2018
Chic The Chronicle of Higher Education 19 Jan 2018
Stylish
Owning a 4.0 GPA, say
Clever or stylish
Like a Mensan
Sting
Chic
Eligible for Mensa
Intelligent
By no means a numskull
Intelligent LA Times Daily 18 Dec 2017
Intelligent The Washington Post 18 Dec 2017
Intelligent Family Time 18 Dec 2017
Stylish Jonesin 14 Nov 2017
Brainy Newsday 01 Nov 2017
''Good thinking'' Newsday 07 Oct 2017
Stylish New York Times 24 Sep 2017
Intelligent The Telegraph Quick 23 Sep 2017
Intelligent New York Times 11 Sep 2017
Like some phones or cards USA Today 30 Aug 2017
Internetworked Newsday 19 Aug 2017
Well-dressed Asian withdraws from Samaritans Irish Times Crosaire 15 Aug 2017
Quite intelligent Universal 18 Jul 2017
Chic Canadiana 15 May 2017
Rankle; trim The Telegraph Quick 24 Apr 2017
Snazzy Wall Street Journal 19 Apr 2017
Like credit cards with chips USA Today 08 Apr 2017
Bumbling secret agent Maxwell The Washington Post 17 Feb 2017
Hurt sharply New York Times 15 Jan 2017
Chic New York Times 01 Jan 2017
Hurt sharply
Like some phones or cards
Chic
Intelligent
Intelligent
Quite intelligent
Stylish
With brains Universal 21 Dec 2016
Stylish The Washington Post 10 Dec 2016
Spiffy LA Times Daily 10 Dec 2016
Stylish public transport should return The Telegraph Cryptic 27 Oct 2016
Kind of cookie? LA Times Daily 18 Sep 2016
Nobody's fool Universal 12 Sep 2016
Like a student with a 4.0 GPA The Washington Post 31 Aug 2016
Hurt like the dickens Wall Street Journal 06 Aug 2016
Quick LA Times Daily 08 Jul 2016
Dashing Newsday 02 Jul 2016
Sharp as a tack LA Times Daily 29 Jun 2016
Nattily dressed Universal 22 May 2016
Sharp as a tack The Washington Post 16 May 2016
Quick on the uptake LA Times Daily 06 May 2016
Clever Newsday 13 Apr 2016
Like many bombs and cards USA Today 28 Mar 2016
Quick on the uptake Universal 23 Mar 2016
Clever; clean, tidy The Times Concise 01 Mar 2016
Kind of public transport coming back into fashion? The Telegraph Cryptic 08 Feb 2016
Eligible for Mensa The Washington Post 03 Feb 2016
Mensa-eligible USA Today 08 Jan 2016
Brainy
Nobody's fool
With brains
At the head of the class
Kind of cookie?
Quick
Quick on the uptake
Sharp as a tack
Spiffy
Mensa-eligible
Nattily dressed
Fashionable Wall Street Journal 03 Dec 2015
Sharp The Washington Post 22 Nov 2015
At the head of the class Universal 06 Nov 2015
Clean and tidy; sting The Times Concise 06 Nov 2015
Snazzy-looking LA Times Daily 04 Nov 2015
Highly intelligent Newsday 02 Nov 2015
Burn spruce The Telegraph Toughie 14 Oct 2015
Clever Eugene Sheffer 22 Jul 2015
Well-kept public transport to get backing The Telegraph Cryptic 13 Jul 2015
Good-looking products finally taken to market The Telegraph Cryptic 29 May 2015
Sharp pain The Telegraph Cryptic 11 Apr 2015
Intelligent Eugene Sheffer 14 Mar 2015
At the head of the class USA Today 01 Mar 2015
Sting USA Today 31 Jan 2015
Adept at puzzles, perhaps
Highly intelligent
Brainy
Snazzy-looking
Sharp
In Flames "Strong and ___"
Sting
Intelligent
At the head of the class
Be the victim of a sting?
On the ball
Brainy
Intelligent
Like grade skippers
Shrewd
Kimya Dawson "So Nice So ___"
Shrewd
Hurt
Liz Phair "Whip-___"
Stylish
Like Mensa members
Quick-witted
Like Mensa members
Sharp as a tack
Sharply dressed
Shrewd
Like some cards or cookies
What your tour accountant should be
Brainy
Nobody's fool
Sting
Sharp
Bright or clever
Spy Maxwell seen in reruns
Like "Jeopardy!" contestants
Flippant
Very bright
What In Flames are, besides "Strong"
High in IQ
Very bright
Sting
Sharp
Quick on the uptake
Agent 86
Bright or clever
Ingenious
Sting
Whiplike?
Upper-class?
High in IQ
Nobody's fool
Modern kind of phone
Bright
Nattily dressed
Bright
Quick-witted
Like a whip?
Quick on the uptake
Dapperly dressed
With 64-Down, wiseguys
Hurt a little
Quick on the uptake
Like a whip?
With 64-Down, wiseguys
Quick-thinking
On the ball
Natty
Mensa-eligible
Natty
Whiplike?
Agent 99's partner
Like a member of Mensa
Like some bombs or cookies
TV spy Maxwell
TV's "Get _____"
Like a 52-Across
Role for Don Adams or Steve Carell
Sting some
Spruce
Shoe phone user
Natty
Ingenious
Snazzy
Feel stung
Agent 86
Sting a bit
Shoe phone user
Natty
Of high intelligence
Chic
Ingenious
Sting a bit
Like crossword solvers, naturally
Like Mensa members
Eligible for 1-Across
Hurt
Brainy
Saucy
At the head of one's class
Classic TV's Maxwell
Stylish
Mentally blessed
Agent 86
Like a whip?
Like some cards
Nobody's fool
Dapper
Ache
Brainy
Like most fast sudoku solvers
Nattily dressed
Like a brainiac
Feel the pain
Clever
Hurt
Word that can precede the last word of 17-, 24-, 48- and 58-Across
Like crossword puzzle solvers
Brainy
Natty
Ache
Brainy
Word that can precede the last word of 17-, 24-, 48- and 58-Across
Fashionable
Dapper
Maxwell ___ (Agent 86)
Sophisticated
On the ball
Mensa-suitable
Like 4.0 students
Like some cards
Quick to learn
Be the victim of a sting?
Intelligent
Magnavox slogan word
Eligible for Mensa
Stinging pain
Suited for 78 Across
Like some bombs
Like some bombs
Sting
Classic TV's Maxwell
Man in C.O.N.T.R.O.L.
TV's Agent 86
Intelligent
Like Mensa members
TV spy Maxwell
Like a straight A student
Fashionable
Elegant and stylish
Fast-thinking
Sharp as a tack
Like a whip?
Bright
Like some bombs
Canny
Canny
Brainy
Snazzy-looking
Sassy
Burn
Feel a sting
He was in control
Elegant
Kind of cookie?
On the ball
With 1-Across, pseudo-wits
Hurt a little
Eligible for Mensa
Sting
Bright
Kind of card or bomb
Intelligent
Witty
Savvy
Impertinent
Clever
99's husband, on '60s TV
Savvy
Role for Don Adams
Like a whip?
Hurt
Like a valedictorian
Kind of cookie
Like some bombs and cards
Sharp as a tack
Word before card or cookie
Like Einstein
Chic
Spiffy
Clever
Inept '60s agent
Sting
Agent 86
Intelligent
Like a whip?
Like crossword solvers, naturally
Hurt
Unlike Dubya, per the media
Fashionable
Brainy
Know-it-all with 7 Down
Clever
Sting
Agent 86
___ bombs
Like some moves
Like some bombs or cookies
Quick-thinking
Like a whip?
Kind of cookie
At the head of the class
He was in C.O.N.T.R.O.L.
Induce an "ow!"
With it
Stylish
Bright
Fashionable
Maxwell --, Agent 86
Sophisticated, as a computer terminal
Chic
Stylish
Fashionable
Like modern bombs
Be the victim of a sting?
Kind of set or money
Fashionable
Don Adams TV role
Shrewd
Agent 86
Heads-up
Chic or tony
Sting
Brisk
Stinging pain
Don Adams role
Kind of money
With 5 Across, wise guy
Spirited
Chichi
Far from being a birdbrain
Kind of money or set
Sharp pain
Quick-witted
Don Adams role on TV
Perspicacious
Aleck or set
Suffer hurt feelings
"Get ___"
Dashing
Witty.
Fashionable.
Natty.
Sting.
Chic.
Bright.
Soigné.
Lively.
Capable.
Brilliant.
Quick on the uptake.
Stylish.
Clever.
See 15 Down.
In style.
Epithet for Aleck.
Well dressed.
Modish.
Spirited.
Brisk.
Sharp-witted.
Sophisticated.
Shrewd.
Sharp.
In fashion.
Well tailored.
J. Scott ___, "The Fat Man."
Painful sensation.
Nattily dressed
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