sarcasm


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witty language used to convey insults or scorn

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Strickland employed not the rapier of sarcasm but the bludgeon of invective.
Quickly, however, as they were despatched, they found time to hurl one last and bitter sarcasm at their adversaries.
It was a short pause of perfect silence, and then that "odious creature" (he must have been really a remarkable individual in his way) struck out into sarcasm.
She restrained herself, however; and the "plain man" passed in his appalling versatility from sarcasm to veiled menace.
Northerton did not very well relish the sarcasm of Jones; but he thought the provocation was scarce sufficient to justify a blow, or a rascal, or scoundrel, which were the only repartees that suggested themselves.
said Soapy, not without sarcasm, but friendly, as one greets good fortune.
He ignored my sarcasm, saying, "Suppose I clap the hatch on, now?
Two months after marriage her husband abandoned her, and her impassioned protestations of affection he met with a sarcasm and even hostility that people knowing the count's good heart, and seeing no defects in the sentimental Lidia, were at loss to explain.
But no--she mastered the rising irritation, leaned back in her chair, crossed her arms on her broad bosom, and with a smile of grim sarcasm on her thick lips, looked at me as steadily as ever.
Catherick returned to her chair, and looked at me with a grimmer sarcasm than ever.
Pott, moved by this sarcasm, 'I consider you a viper.
Today's youngsters are no worse SCHOOLMASTER is reduced to the typical heavy sarcasm of his kind, I see.
His chief target was Sky pundit Jamie Redknapp, who was described, in words dripping with sarcasm, as a "brilliant football brain".
TEHRAN (FNA)- President Vladimir Putin's top foreign policy aide on Tuesday ridiculed the EU and US sanctions of visa bans and asset freezes imposed against Russian officials, saying Moscow viewed them with irony and sarcasm.
He gives the ampersand, asterisk, dagger, hyphen, dash, and quotation marks their due, along with the aforesaid marks, but also provides a delightful essay on irony and sarcasm, including ironics and digital sarcasm.