English version

sarky

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsarkysar‧ky /ˈsɑːki $ ˈsɑːr-/ adjective British English informal  x-refsarcastic
Examples from the Corpus
sarkyI thought she was being sarky about my bouquet but then I realized all the rooms were named after flowers.I parked behind it and prepared some sarky backchat if the owners turned out to be sightseers.It was, I thought, the last time that she would make sarky remarks about a fellow medium's performance.
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