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Another word for sarcastic

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Adjective
  1. Contemptuous or ironic in manner or wit

    See also:

    respect

    laughter

Another word for sarcastic

Synonym Study

  • Caustic implies a cutting, biting, or stinging wit or sarcasm a caustic tongue
  • Sardonic implies sneering or mocking bitterness in a person, or, more often, in his expression, remarks, etc. a sardonic smile
  • Ironic , or ironical , applies to a humorous or sarcastic form of expression in which the intended meaning of what is said is directly opposite to the usual sense ""My, you're early'' was his ironic taunt to the latecomer
  • Satirical , or ?satiric, implies as its purpose the exposing or attacking of the vices, follies, stupidities, etc. of others and connotes the use of ridicule, sarcasm, etc. Swift's satirical comments
  • Sarcastic implies intent to hurt by taunting with mocking ridicule, veiled sneers, etc. a sarcastic reminder that work begins at 9:00 A.M.