Thesaurus / sarcastic
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Sometimes I say something sarcastic and I want to see your guys’ reaction and I can’t and some people might take it the wrong way.
RON RIVERA TRIES TO KEEP WASHINGTON FOCUSED AMID INCREASING CORONAVIRUS DISRUPTIONSNICKI JHABVALANOVEMBER 30, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Ruth M—— was a college junior with ancestry and wealth, brilliant, sarcastic, selfish.
THE GIRL AND HER RELIGIONMARGARET SLATTERY
His conversation then was lively, yet without wit, and sarcastic, though without bitterness.
PELHAM, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
Sarcastic compliments upon his generosity, replied to by as sincere expressions of respectful friendship.
MAURICE TIERNAY SOLDIER OF FORTUNECHARLES JAMES LEVER
The wit, as may be supposed, in such circumstances, is invariably ironic and sarcastic.
THE IRISH ON THE SOMMEMICHAEL MACDONAGH
Thin and sallow, the sharp features remained, and the sarcastic without the arch expression; still she had a very fashionable air.
"Well, look at me, as you insist on doing so," he said with a sarcastic accent.
THE INDIAN CHIEFGUSTAVE AIMARD
Whereat off they go, dropping a word or two of cold advice, or perchance of sarcastic humor.
HOMER'S ODYSSEYDENTON J. SNIDER
Another, with sarcastic wit, said, "Moses looks like some churchwarden who would have to be careful how he ate his soup."
THE PARISH CLERK (1907)PETER HAMPSON DITCHFIELD
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