sardonic

[ sahr-don-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF sardonic

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What sardonic contempt for all things in the intricate lines about the mouth.

"Your lordship thinks so," said Mr. Winsley with a sardonic smile.

His sardonic comment brought a sudden chill to Kenneth Torrance.

A sardonic smile crossed his face in the darkness as he thought of what he had said.

He developed, as a consequence, that sardonic outlook upon the world.

A burst, from the depths of the crater, of sardonic laughter!

Pachmann sat for a moment longer, his lips curled in a sardonic smile.

"I'm afraid you can't unfasten them, Doctor," said a sardonic voice.

“To learn how to pick locks, I suppose,” he added with sardonic bitterness.

Dominic, too, devoted himself to his business, but his taciturnity was sardonic.

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