This man, the man of the left, says in private ‘the toothless,’ proud of his quip.
At their next weekly lunch meeting, Mr. Biden complained that the quip was disrespectful, according to White House aides.
To Cowell's "closet" quip, Seacrest jabbed back, "stay out of my closet" and "this is about the Top 12, not your wishes."
He was known to quip, "I haven't really got a first-class brain."
Only this time, the quip is repeated not as a joke, but with real fear.
quip and repartee shot across the "festive board," and all went merry as a dinner-bell.
It was nothing—only the quip of a witty fellow, descendant of a Spanish freebooter.
They cut him down, to pursue the journey a sadder and wiser Pig, and the butt of many a quip from his fellow-travellers.
Is not the quip of the Curé worthy of any son of the Emerald Isle?
The squires passed him with a jest, the waiting maids threw a quip at him.
"make a quip," 1570s, from quip (n.). Related: Quipped; quipping.