Another word for clever
clever ingenious shrewdSearch Thesaurus
These adjectives refer to mental adroitness or to practical ingenuity and skill. Clever is the most comprehensive: “Everybody's family doctor was remarkably clever, and was understood to have immeasurable skill in the management and training of the most skittish or vicious diseases” (George Eliot). Ingenious implies originality and inventiveness: “an ingenious solution to the storage problem” (Linda Greider). Shrewd emphasizes mental astuteness and practical understanding: “a woman of shrewd intellect” (Leslie Stephen).
Another word for cleveradjective
Mentally quick and original:alert, bright, intelligent, keen1, quick, quick-witted, sharp, sharp-witted, smart. Idiom: smart as a whip. See ability
Exhibiting or possessing skill and ease in performance:adroit, deft, dexterous, facile, handy, nimble, slick. See ability
Amusing or pleasing because of wit or originality:scintillating, smart, sparkling, witty. See laughter