a word used to denote a case of dramatic irony.
I had been waiting up worried for my babydaddy to come home yetwise he was chillin' on the block according to my sister.
by Regina Victoria February 17, 2008
a. an adverbial phrase used in anecdote or storytelling that states a condition of present knowledge of a currently or previously explained event that once unknown to the storyteller or person speaking.
b. Another way of saying "We (I, he, she, they, etc) now know....
Yet wise, he sure enough done been cheating. After all my worrying that he works too damn much.
by Mpress427 January 03, 2008

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