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snarky

[ snahr-kee ]
/ 藞sn蓱r ki /
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adjective, snark路i路er, snark路i路est.
testy or irritable; short.
having a rudely critical tone or manner: snarky humor.
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snark路i路ness, noun

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British Dictionary definitions for snarky

snarky
/ (藞sn蓲藧k瑟) /

adjective snarkier or snarkiest
informal unpleasant and scornful

Word Origin for snarky

C20: from sarcastic + nasty
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