- Causing sharp pain; stinging. [quotations ▼]
- Sharp; keen; poignant.
- a smart pain
- Exhibiting social ability or cleverness. [quotations ▼]
- Exhibiting intellectual knowledge, such as that found in books.
- (often in combination) Equipped with digital/computer technology.
- smart bomb, smart car
- smartcard, smartphone
- a smart outfit
- Cleverly shrewd and humorous in a way that may be rude and disrespectful. [quotations ▼]
- He became tired of his daughter’s sarcasm and smart remarks.
- Sudden and intense. [quotations ▼]
- (US, Southern, dated) Intense in feeling; painful. Used usually with the adverb intensifier right.
- He raised his voice, and it hurt her feelings right smart.
- That cast on his leg chaffs him right smart.
- (archaic) Efficient; vigorous; brilliant. [quotations ▼]
- (archaic) Pretentious; showy; spruce.
- a smart gown
- (archaic) Brisk; fresh.
- a smart breeze
- (exhibiting social ability): bright, capable, sophisticated, witty
- (exhibiting intellectual knowledge): cultivated, educated, learned, see also Wikisaurus:learned
- (good-looking): attractive, chic, stylish, handsome
- (cleverly and/or sarcastically humorous): silly
legacy (plural legacies)
- (law) Money or property bequeathed to someone in a will.
- Something inherited from a predecessor; a heritage.
- John Muir left as his legacy an enduring spirit of respect for the environment.
- (university and society admissions) The descendant of an alumnus.
- The quality of being excellent; brilliance
- Something in which one excels.
- An excellent or valuable quality; something at which any someone excels; a virtue.