snarkily

snark·y

 (snär′kē)
adj. snark·i·er, snark·i·est Slang
1. Rudely sarcastic or disrespectful; snide.
2. Irritable or short-tempered; irascible.

[From dialectal snark, to nag, from snark, snork, to snore, snort, from Dutch and Low German snorken, of imitative origin.]

snark′i·ly adv.

snarkily

(ˈsnɑːkɪlɪ)
adv
informal in an irritable or snarky manner
Translations
äkäisesti
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