Even a bird is smart enough to push the fledgling out of the nest when it fails to fly on its own.
Save the smart talk for later.
I can tell you're a smart girl, Brenda.
She's cute as a princess and smart, like her mother.
The guy is smart and does his homework.
Either he got smart fast or someone tipped him off.
Dusty's smart like that.
She's smart enough to figure out what to do.
You're too smart to be so damn stubborn.
"If you're as smart as I suspect, you've probably used your gift to figure out where I am," he said.
"Smart," he repeated, even though she hadn't spoken it.
I'm not smart enough to know for sure what it is but I do know it's a real bone—not plastic.
"It must have been some smart aleck tourist kids," the old man said, shaking his head.
Fred's quick enough to hear what I have to say, but tight-lipped as a smart fish about anything he knows.
Deidre, for what little this is worth, I apologize for not being good enough or smart enough or quick enough to prevent the inevitable.
"No smart-ass comment about your blood monkey?" she challenged.
I didn.t think you were smart enough.
Oh, I knew he just thought that way because I was his kid, but I figured he was a pretty smart guy himself so he couldn't be all wrong.
You're just as smart as any one of them.
And you said so yourself—I'm smart, so I must be right.
In his mind, women fell into one of two groups: Smart or Fun.
The smart ones were much too serious and the fun ones, well, they were just too stupid.
The fun ones seemed so stupid, they were pitiful and the smart ones were so tedious, he wanted to scream.
The smart thing to do would be to abandon Brutus for the safety of the barn.
You're too smart to assume anything.
I know you said she was smart, but … little?
You're smart enough to know better.
Or maybe smart old people just direct that energy to crosswords and it is not the crosswords doing the job at all ...
Smart creams that let your skin absorb an optimal amount of sunlight.
Oh, and they are smart nails.
See how smart she's made herself!
He knew no one, and despite his smart Guardsman's uniform, all these exalted personages passing in the streets in their elegant carriages with their plumes, ribbons, and medals, both courtiers and military men, seemed so immeasurably above him, an insignificant officer of the Guards, that they not only did not wish to, but simply could not, be aware of his existence.
"He's a smart lad," said an hussar standing near Petya.