"Exactly," she said with enough sarcasm that he chuckled.
She took his sarcasm as a sign that he felt better.
Kara took the joke seriously because she was too credulous to understand the sarcasm.
It was hard to tell whether the sarcasm had gone over his head or he simply wasn't amused.
His words were spoken with sarcasm, but not for the reason Alex probably thought.
His powers of sarcasm were a cause of terror to his adversaries, and his presence in debate was much dreaded.
Weller ignored Dean and his sarcasm as he flopped down on the sofa.
The keen sarcasm of his polished rhetoric was not calculated to soothe the susceptibilities of men already smarting under the deprivation of their most cherished illusions.
He didn't catch the sarcasm in her voice; his gaze was trained on a woman clad only in a towel and trailed by steam, emerging from a door along one wall.
The patricians of Venice and the lecturers of Padua made Averroism synonymous with doubt and criticism in theology, and with sarcasm against the hierarchy.
He was a charming talker, with a gay humour and a quiet sarcasm and a telling use of anecdote for argument.
And despite his self-confidence and grumpy German sarcasm he was pitiable, with his hair smoothly brushed on the temples and sticking up in tufts behind.
Tongue-in-cheek jokes are tricky to understand in a different language, so it was hard for Jo to sense people's sarcasm when she was living in Spain.
His voice held a hint of sarcasm.
Dean ignored the sarcasm.
His wit generally inclines towards sarcasm, and it was probably the knowledge of his quarrelsome temperament that prevented his promotion to a bishopric. He was noted for the extent of his charities.
When at a loss for good reasons, he had recourse to sophistry; and when heated by altercation, he made unsparing use of sarcasm and invective.
When she found her voice, it fairly dripped with sarcasm.
They do not read body language well and sarcasm is often misunderstood.
"Wonderful idea, sir," the blond replied with enough irreverent sarcasm that Brady was taken aback.
In conclusion, only occasional flashes of Twain's good humor shine through the extreme sarcasm.
prefrontal lobe struggled to pick out sarcasm.
At least her words influenced the Reverend enough to carry on her lie and write her family in Boston," adding, with a hint of sarcasm, "without him using his return address."
It's a big draw for teens and young adults who can appreciate the sarcasm.
Children may exhibit a particular interest in the alphabet and words but they are unable to interpret verbal nuances like sarcasm and figurative language.
She gave a tired smile and responded with gentle sarcasm, "I have been working the past few weeks, sir."
For the Love of Ray J combines sexiness, sarcasm and singing in a reality TV dating show that leaves little to the imagination.
His thin, close lips often broke into a smile of sarcasm.
"So thin-skinned that a fly would draw blood," as the prince of Carpi expressed it, he could not himself restrain his pen from sarcasm.
But the society pursued its objects, undeterred by sarcasm.
Dean's voice had a cut of sarcasm in it.
When giving feedback avoid sarcasm or highly negative remarks.
His keen intuition of truth, his vigour and yet sobriety of argument, his fertility of illustration and acuteness of sarcasm, made him irresistible to his antagonists; and the evanescent triumphs of scornful controversy have given place to the sedate applause of a long-lived posterity.
Sarcasm aside, many girls out there would love to be seen in a Miley Cyrus bikini.
She forced a wry smile and each word of her response dripped with sarcasm.
He was not greatly beloved by his clergy, who felt their intellectual distance too great, and were alternately frozen by his taciturnity and appalled by his sarcasm.
In 1607 Gaspar Scioppius, then in the service of the Jesuits, whom he afterwards so bitterly libelled, published his Scaliger hypobolimaeus (" The Supposititious Scaliger"), a quarto volume of more than four hundred pages, written with consummate ability, in an admirable and incisive style, with the entire disregard for truth which Scioppius always displayed, and with all the power of his accomplished sarcasm.
I'm being hugely and grossly unfair and employing needless sarcasm about this, aren't I?
Remember that sarcasm can be hard to interpret when it's in a written form.
This is a dinner party style where honored guests give speeches or tell stories with great hilarity, sarcasm and just a hint of "bite."
When Dean didn't answer, she continued, professionally, but with a hint of sarcasm, sing-songing a rehearsed litanyâ€”present your driver's license and registration and something about exceeding a fifty-mile-an-hour speed limit.
Quickly, however, as they were despatched, they found time to hurl one last and bitter sarcasm at their adversaries.
biting sarcasm makes it a good book for adults too.
dripping with sarcasm in the script is delivered flatly in the trailer.
hint of sarcasm there?
Of course, some of you may have noticed a slight hint of sarcasm there?
mordant sarcasm and then clear-sighted opposition to convention increasingly broke through.
His sarcasm is based on a belief that there is a contradiction at the heart of the Council for aboriginal reconciliation 's program.
He was also a good teacher and could use biting sarcasm to effect.
To ignore sarcasm and the problem will not let it run away.
But the day he never even noticed the sarcasm.
However, Twain's biting sarcasm makes it a good book for adults too.
Nonetheless, even in this section much of his exposition is ironic, sometimes shading off into heavy sarcasm.
The title change must be an early example of extreme sarcasm.
Their specialty is a dark cryptic sarcasm that encases a surprising core belief in the power of love.
sarcasm mode They are not great areas!
scruple to employ the weapons of ridicule and sarcasm in defense of free speech and reason.
slight hint of sarcasm there?
I Descartes, with an, xnusual fondness for the letter of Scripture, quotes oftener than once in support of this monstrous doctrine the dictum, " the blood is the life "; and he remarks, with some sarcasm possibly, that it is a comfortable theory for the eaters of animal flesh.
He was a terse, able and lucid speaker, master of wit and sarcasm, and a fearless critic. He gave liberally to Cooper Union, of which he was trustee and secretary, and which owes much of its success to him; was a trustee of Columbia University from 1901 until his death, chairman of the board of trustees of Barnard College, and was one of the original trustees, first chairman of the board of trustees, and a member of the executive committee of the Carnegie Institution.
The lower usage of Apology (as expression of regret for a fault) has tipped many a sarcasm besides George III.'s on the occasion of Bishop Watson's book,, " I did not know that the Bible needed an apology!"
He was the author of a collection of epigrams called Cicuta (" hemlock") 1 from their bitter sarcasm, and of a beautiful epitaph on the death of Tibullus; of elegiac poems, probably of an erotic character; of an epic poem Amazonis; and of a prose work on wit (De urbanitate).
His Vindication appeared in February 1779; and, as Milman remarks, " this single discharge from the ponderous artillery of learning and sarcasm laid prostrate the whole disorderly squadron " of his rash and feeble assailants.'
His immense energy and versatility, his adroit and unhesitating flattery when he chose to flatter, his ruthless sarcasm when he chose to be sarcastic, his rather unscrupulous business faculty, his more than rather unscrupulous resolve to double and twist in any fashion so as to escape his enemies, - all these things appear throughout the whole mass of letters.
From this time forward he was engaged in a ceaseless polemic against every fresh advance of the Napoleonic power and pretensions; with matchless sarcasm he lashed "the nerveless policy of the courts, which suffer indignity with resignation"; he denounced the recognition of Napoleon's imperial title, and drew up a manifesto of Louis XVIII.
With a lively and fertile fancy Eupolis combined a sound practical judgment; he was reputed to equal Aristophanes in the elegance and purity of his diction, and Cratinus in his command of irony and sarcasm.
Swift he resembled in the occasional broadness of his humour, in his brilliantly successful use of sarcasm and irony, 2 and in his mastery of the hoax.
In his tragedie-ballet Circe (1576) he did not hesitate to indulge in the most outspoken sarcasm against the king and other members of the royal family.
He was an able, terse, forcible speaker, master of bitter sarcasm, irony, stinging ridicule, and, less often used, good-humoured wit.
contain a violent attack on the heathen mythology, in which he narrates with powerful sarcasm the scandalous chronicles of the gods, and contrasts with their grossness and immorality the pure and holy worship of the Christian.
His speeches were characterized by skill of statement, ingenious grouping of facts, fervent diction, and ardent patriotism; sometimes by biting sarcasm, but also by superficial research, half-knowledge and an unwillingness to reason a proposition to its logical results.
They had a forerunner in Luiz Antonio Verney, who poured sarcasm on the prevailing methods of education, and exposed to good effect the extraordinary literary and scientific decadence of Portugal in an epoch-making work, the Verdadeiro methodo de estudar.
274) has said, " There are displayed in these papers a power of reasoning and sarcasm, a knowledge of the principles of government and of the English constitution, and a grasp of the merits of the whole controversy, that would have done honour to any man at any age.
His sarcasm is based on a belief that there is a contradiction at the heart of the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation 's program.
Turn off the sarcasm mode They are not great areas !
The BBC Special Award for Excellence in Video Production (thatÃ¢s sarcasm right?
Let us not scruple to employ the weapons of ridicule and sarcasm in defense of free speech and reason.
If you're the kind of person that enjoys your humor with a dose of witty sarcasm, then free Maxine ecards are perfect for you.
Sarcasm aside, last spring, the youngest of the Kardashian sisters was out drinking - rumor has it that it was on the day her father died four years ago and Khloe wasn't "handling it very well."
They say what they mean without sarcasm or equivocation.
"And he visited her grave weekly, instead of her bed," Dean added, with just a hint of sarcasm.
"That's what the police are supposed to be doing," Dean said, his voice heavy with sarcasm.
He squinted his eyes with sarcasm.
"Thanks," she said in a tone dripping with sarcasm.
Sure, Dean thought to himself, more in awe than sarcasm, Only a three-point-eight instead of four-oh.
He had a deep sarcasm in his tone that rarely disappeared.
But thus " idle " though he may have been as a " student," he already meditated authorship. In the first long vacation - during which he, doubtless with some sarcasm, says that " his taste for books began to revive " - he contemplated a treatise on the age of Sesostris, in which (and it was characteristic) his chief object was to investigate not so much the events as the probable epoch of the reign of that semi-mythical monarch, whom he was inclined to regard as having been contemporary with Solomon.
I 'm being hugely and grossly unfair and employing needless sarcasm about this, are n't I?
He 's poking fun, it 's sarcasm to get them to waken up to God really is.
Many times, the Bard's sarcasm gets the best results, while other times it is inappropriate.
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