How to use Smartest in a sentence
The smartest thing for her to do was to pack up and leave.
When I was your age, I didn't think I was very smart, but I had a father who honestly thought I was the greatest, smartest, nicest kid alive.
That's because I'm the smartest detective in the world—and I always keep an open mind.
I do ok, but I am not the smartest kid around.
While violent, Talon wasn't the smartest brute in the world.Advertisement
When you find a few bikes that you like, the smartest way to test them out is to actually hop on it and see how it feels.
He's a foin lad, damn foin lad, damn foin lad, smartest fella ye'll find in miles, but d'ye know what, Missy?
His claim to be the smartest kid in the school was a bit of a hyperbole!
That's why even the smartest, savviest founders can make bad choices when things don't go well, as the following example illustrates.
Give it time though, and sticking to the plan you've both helped set up may end up being one of the smartest things you've done for your wallet in a long while.Advertisement
If you suspect your child suffers from an allergy, the smartest course of action is to have a physician confirm the allergies and identify potential allergens.
The smartest feature on this phone is the rubber encasing the body, along with other protection over the ports to help make it resistant to water, dirt, and extreme temperatures.
It's tempting to use whatever condom is closest, but that's not always the smartest idea.
The smartest way to enhance your wardrobe is to add a few of the newest looks to what you currently own.
Sometimes, even with the smartest shopping, petites may find they need alterations to get the very best fit.Advertisement
When buying a chocolate diamond eternity ring the smartest investment is to buy a ring with the best quality of diamonds that fall within your budget.
Students with it often perform very well in the school environment and may even be the smartest students in the class.
The story begins in The Frauenhofer Institute, a German research facility that is funded by the government and employs roughly 250 of their smartest citizens.
She refused, which ended up being one of the smartest business moves of her career.
Determined to get his message across whether to the people of the world, the world leaders or the world's smartest man, Klaatu goes to see Professor Barnhardt on Bobby's recommendation.Advertisement
Neither of these approaches are the smartest way to build a web page.
In fact, in 2009, Macleans named Guelph one of Canada's smartest cities due to the fact that residents took part in above average rates of continuing education, cultural activities and volunteerism.
That's because I'm the smartest detective in the worldâ€”and I always keep an open mind.
Anthony Blanche is clearly well acquainted with smartest set.
And so my own sense is that sanctions, even the " smartest " sanctions, will continue to exact an appalling human toll.Advertisement
Refinancing to get a lower interest rate is not always the smartest financial decision, however, because there is much more to consider than simply a drop in interest rates.
If it was a tornado, standing next to glass doors wasn't the smartest thing to do.
The smartest epigrams, the fairest similes, the keenest satires, spoken or sung on such occasions, were treasured in the memory of the hearers and carried by them to their homes.
Sometimes, your interests can get muddied by the newest sale, and that can be problematic for even the smartest shopper.
Captain John Rodgers, like Broke, was one of the best officers, and the "Weehawken," like the "Shannon," was known as one of the smartest ships in the service.
The few and miserable triumphs of Sweden during the Seven Years' War were due almost entirely to young Sprengtporten, and he emerged from it with a lieutenant-colonelcy, a pension of X20, and the reputation of being the smartest officer in the service.