- sardonic grin,
- sardou, victorien,
Origin of sardonic
Examples from the Web for sardonically
The town, sardonically referred to by the locals as “Poisonville,” .
The room of conservatives did, along with one of the Times reporters, who loudly and sardonically lifted his glass “To Andrew.”At Bars Nationwide, Conservatives Raise a Glass to Andrew Breitbart|Ben Jacobs, Laura Isensee|March 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“Welcome to Egypt,” said a youth to me, sardonically, and pointed to the group of handcuffed people around me.
Newmark, perched on a stump, was surveying him sardonically and chewing the end of an unlighted cigar.The Riverman|Stewart Edward White
“And set him pirouetting, Sire,” sardonically suggested James.Mistress Nell|George C. Hazelton, Jr.
Facing them another group, who I fancied meant mischief, lounged against the bar, looking on sardonically.Lorimer of the Northwest|Harold Bindloss
Courthorne himself stood close by, smiling at him sardonically.The Impostor|Harold Bindloss
"Sir, I admire your care of the young lady's simplicity," said M. Varbarriere, sardonically.Guy Deverell, v. 1 of 2|Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu