sarky

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sar·ky

 (sär′kē)
adj. sar·ki·er, sar·ki·est Chiefly British Slang
Sarcastic.

[Shortening and alteration of sarcastic.]

sar′ki·ly adv.
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sarky

(ˈsɑːkɪ)
adj, -kier or -kiest
informal Brit sarcastic
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sarky

adj (+er) (Brit inf) → sarkastisch
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You're supposed to be free, even though others will sarkily say 'what another holiday'!
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The holiday was undeniably spoilt somewhat when I returned to Wales and was asked sarkily at a party, 'Do you intend to be in the country for a while, Lisa?' I put such remarks down to jealousy because I enjoy going on regular holidays without my children.
Having allowed a few days for it all to sink in, Katie yesterday tweeted pal Danielle - wife of Wolves midfielder Jamie - saying sarkily: "You better not drive your Bentley because apparently I'm jealous haha."