To wit: A child may lead, but sometimes it takes a man to clear the path.
To wit, they are taking at least a slightly more conservative course.
She must take the risk, that was all, and once again trust to her wits.
While this was under debate and unknown to the court, to wit, on the 19th.
That it did not do so was no credit to his own wits.
To wit: stop making offers as if he's going to arrive soon.
The sound of the colonel's voice brought him back to his wits.
To his natural wit we can add the smell of fame.
To wit, the vehicles I liked the least this year: 1.
No telling what that finger could do to my wits.