sarcastic

[ sahr-kas-tik ]
/ sɑrˈkæs tɪk /
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adjective

of, relating to, or characterized by sarcasm: a sarcastic reply.
using or given to the use of sarcasm: His business failures made him sarcastic about other people's ventures.
Sometimes sar·cas·ti·cal.

Origin of sarcastic

1685–95; sarc(asm) + -astic
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Related forms

Synonym study

2. See cynical.
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British Dictionary definitions for sarcastical

sarcastic

/ (sɑːˈkæstɪk) /

adjective

characterized by sarcasm
given to the use of sarcasm
Derived Formssarcastically, adverb
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Word Origin and History for sarcastical

sarcastic


adj.

1690s, from sarcasm, perhaps on the model of enthusiastic. Related: Sarcastical (1640s); sarcastically.

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