I," he said, looking at me unflinchingly, with his old sardonic
grin - "I am looking for something to do.
He held my stare, and presently a sardonic
twinkle lit up his eyes.
An elderly man was at their heels scolding and directing in a creaky, sardonic voice.
He sat like an old white raven, croaking and shaking with sardonic laughter.
His black beard poured forward in a more impressive cascade, and his clear grey eyes, with their insolent and sardonic eyelids, were even more masterful than of yore.
The doctor looked at her with a sardonic
smile; he thought it likely that he had discovered her sweetheart.
His sharp, shameless black eyes watched the girl's face absently; his gross lips curled upwards in a sardonic
and self-satisfied smile.
My father looked round at her again with sardonic
Jimmie gave vent to a sardonic
curse and then laughed heavily.
The comic, or rather, the sardonic
element was all out of him, and as he painted that strange scene it was with difficulty that I kept my composure.
Macallan looked around at me quietly with her sardonic
Lady Janet's bright eyes watched him with sardonic
attention; Lady Janet's ready tongue spoke out as freely as usual what was passing in her mind at the time.
He continued to grin with a sardonic
humour, with a cynical mockery and defiance.
Take it as a rule," this sardonic
old Laves would say, "the fathers and elder sons of all great families hate each other.
I believe that I am one of the most long-suffering of mortals; but I'll admit that I was annoyed at the sardonic