satirically

[ suh-tir-i-kuhl or suh-tir-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF satirically
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SATIRICALLY

“I regret to have shocked your ladyship,” he murmured, satirically.

And I suppose, she said, satirically, you wonder why Iwhy youare repellent to me.

“I suppose because we have no ruins and no curiosities,” said Virginia, satirically.

"You are one of the lords of creation," said Philippa satirically.

Anne and Sophy looked at each other and smiled, the one sadly, the other satirically.

“You and Leff can run things a few days without me,”—he said satirically.

"That is your last new importation of Granville-ism," said Agnes, satirically.

The stranger lifted his eyebrows indulgently and satirically, but did not speak.

He seemed to be a good deal amused with Henry—not at all satirically.

Madam Fulton was regarding her, not satirically now, but in an honest wonder.

WORD ORIGIN

1520s, from Late Latin satiricus, from Latin satira "satire, poetic medley" (see satire (n.)) + -al (1). Related: Satirically.

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