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sa·tir·i·cal

 (sə-tĭr′ĭ-kəl) or sa·tir·ic (-ĭk)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or characterized by satire.
2. Given to or fond of making satirical remarks.

sa·tir′i·cal·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.satirically - in a satirical manner; "she spoke satirically"
Translations

satirically

[səˈtɪrɪkəlɪ] ADVsatíricamente

satirically

advsatirisch; (= mockingly, jokingly)ironisch

satirically

[səˈtɪrɪklɪ] advsatiricamente
References in classic literature ?
They complained that he was conceited; and, since he excelled only in matters which to them were unimportant, they asked satirically what he had to be conceited about.
Your little joke comes too late," she said satirically.
Crayford shook her head, and looked at her husband, half satirically, half fondly.
Horace smiled satirically, and went to warm himself at the fire.
But the same pen that wrote sharply and satirically about snobs, wrote loving letters in big round hand to his dear daughters, who were living far away in Paris.
As for his small income, and his still smaller domestic establishment, he looked at them both from the same satirically indifferent point of view.
On eighteen shillings a week,' went on Jeanne, satirically, 'you would support a wife, yes?
And, after all," Denham went on, glancing round him satirically, as Katharine thought, "it's not your grandfather only.
This proviso might have sounded rather satirically in Will's ear if he had been in a mood to care about such satire.
The partner with the sour smile reminded his colleague satirically that I was a lady, and had therefore no reasons to give.
Six cats occupied various cosy corners; one of them, the black goblin which had so terrified us in the summer, blinked satirically at us from the centre of Peg's bed.
She smiled satirically, and summoned her friend to her aid.