You note that Hillary Clinton was a frequent victim of snark.
Bring your machete so you can hack your way through the snark.
I was definitely surprised by the level of anger or snark in reaction to some of the elements of our show.
As he declared on National Public Radio: “People can't live on snark and vicious gossip alone.”
The New Yorker critic takes on smartasses who think they are being witty in an excerpt from his new book, snark.
And every squall was to be regarded as a bludgeon capable of crushing the snark.
It's excessively awkward to mention it now,With the snark, so to speak, at the door!
Captain Bricker, in charge of the squad, strode to the snark and called loudly: “Ahoy, there!”
So the trip was decided upon, and the building of the snark began.
We on the snark likewise arose, for there could be no sleep in that mad din of conches.
imaginary animal, coined 1876 by Lewis Carroll in "The Hunting of the Snark." In 1950s, name of a type of U.S. cruise missile and in 1980s of a type of sailboat. Meaning "caustic, opinionated, critical rhetoric" is from c.2002 (see snarky) and not directly related, if at all.
[Lewis Carroll, via the Michigan Terminal System] 1. A system failure. When a user's process bombed, the operator would get the message "Help, Help, Snark in MTS!"
2. More generally, any kind of unexplained or threatening event on a computer (especially if it might be a boojum). Often used to refer to an event or a log file entry that might indicate an attempted security violation. See snivitz.
3. UUCP name of snark.thyrsus.com, home site of the Hacker Jargon File versions 2.*.*.