[ UK /sɑːkˈɑːstɪk/ ]
[ US /sɑɹˈkæstɪk/ ]
  1. expressing or expressive of ridicule that wounds
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How To Use sarcastic In A Sentence

  • I phrased it as a sarcastic taunt, but I genuinely wanted to know the answer.
  • If a game that stars a 6-foot-tall, fedora-wearing dog and a sarcastic "rabbity thing" sounds like an entertaining combination, then you'll ... gaming | Comment | Recommend Video Games: Product Reviews, News, & Online Arcade - USATODAY.com
  • He could be eloquent and lighthearted but also incisive and sarcastic with those who failed to live up to his high medical standards. Times, Sunday Times
  • To make things worse, two sarcastic and sassy FBI agents are also hot on Ford's trail.
  • Usually I was so depressed on that day that I could find it in myself to be sarcastic, which meant it wasn't worth the dealing with the imbecile morons that attended Tucker High.
  • Looking at the film now, it works beautifully as pure family entertainment, heavy on the sarcastic wit and full of unadulterated corn, cheese and hokum, especially in the final family group-hug scene.
  • I paused to give him a chance to retaliate with something equally sarcastic, but nothing was forthcoming. LOSING IT
  • While I am a very blunt and untactful sometimes sarcastic person, one post he deleted from a gauyu named “Fred” simply said something to the effect of: The Volokh Conspiracy » Responses to Comments
  • In fact, the only laughter he had heard from her was either scornful or sarcastic, and was usually directed at him.
  • If you don’t want sarcastic commentary on the nonsensical aspects of the entertainment industry, I’d suggest ew is not the place for you. Kate Gosselin interview bingo: Get ready for another cliche-fest | EW.com
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