OTHER WORDS FROM snarkysnark·i·ness, noun
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Any motion — going to work, coming home from school, chasing a ball, unloading groceries — unleashes a torrent of strobe lights, monkey noises and a snarky TV-show dialogue heavy on racial slurs.
Then time almost immediately skips forward to a point when it’s safe for the story’s “last man” cis guy protagonist to go on semi-snarky adventures through a United States in the process of rebuilding.
As someone who enjoyed the comic, this adaptation choice initially struck me as slightly perverse — it’s so dour — but I grew to admire it as the show began to introduce the comic’s semi-snarky tone.
You know they’ll offer snappy, sometimes snarky, maybe dismissive advice – but that might not be as applicable as what’s in “¡Hola Papi!”.
“Some of those people who were snarky about it might have wanted to be part of it,” she says.The Cast of ‘Peter Pan Live!’ Knows You Hatewatched ‘The Sound of Music’|Kevin Fallon|December 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And then you'd whip out your iPhone and pull up that snarky tweet your friend wrote linking to the E!Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Martin Consciously Couple|Kevin Fallon|August 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The opening monologue was packed with witty—and in some cases, snarky—jokes.Surprise! Ellen DeGeneres is the Best Oscars Host in a Decade|Marlow Stern|March 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And thanks to camera phones and Twitter, the media megaphone and its ability to be snarky is at an all-time high.
I could always call on Alex for a quote that would be clever but honest and sharp but not snarky.
I say, Luke leant forward confidentially across the rickety green tin table, you know how snarky Pater was about him?Twos and Threes|G. B. Stern