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Etymology: [ 'sär-"ka-z&m ] (noun.) 1550. From Late Latin sarcasmus Ancient Greek σαρκασμός (“a sneer”) σαρκάζειν (“gnash the teeth (in anger), literally, to strip off the flesh”) σάρξ (“flesh”).
Synonyms: derision, facetiousness, irony, ridicule, satire, taunt, gibe, acrimony, aspersion, banter, bitterness, burlesque, causticness, censure, comeback, contempt, corrosiveness, criticism, cut
1 iğneleme
2 dokunaklı alay  isim
3 iğneleyici ve küçümseyici söz
4 (halk ağzı) laf sokma
5 Tariz
6 istihza
7 gizli alay
8 dokundurma
9 acı alay
10 acı söz
11 iğne
12sarcastically. alaycı
13sarcastically alay ederek
14sarcastically z. alay ederek
15sarcastically müstehzi bir şekilde
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16 An act of sarcasm
17 A form of humor that is marked by bitter mockery, often using irony, and sometimes conveyed in speech with vocal over-emphasis. With irony, it is insincerely saying something positive which is obviously the opposite of one's intended, cruel meaning. On the other hand it may be a direct taunt where the jibe means exactly what it says
18 A generally bitter comment that is ironically worded However, not all ironic statements are sarcastic Sarcasm is usually a way to mock or ridicule something, while irony isn't
19 A keen, reproachful expression; a satirical remark uttered with some degree of scorn or contempt; a taunt; a gibe; a cutting jest
20 A form of humor that is marked by mocking with irony, sometimes conveyed in speech with vocal over-emphasis
21 A stinging remark usually containing irony used to wound feelings
22 sarcasm is a disease, unless one has a good sense of humor and one gets that sense of humor by playing backgammon therefore backgammon leads to good health
23 Sarcasm is speech or writing which actually means the opposite of what it seems to say. Sarcasm is usually intended to mock or insult someone. `What a pity,' Graham said with a hint of sarcasm. a way of speaking or writing that involves saying the opposite of what you really mean in order to make an unkind joke or to show that you are annoyed (sarcasme, from , from sarkasmos, from sarkazein , from sarx )
24 satire, irony, use of caustic or scornful remarks  isim
25 a form of verbal irony in which apparent praise is actually harshly or bitterly critical Close Window
26 witty language used to convey insults or scorn; "he used sarcasm to upset his opponent"; "irony is wasted on the stupid"; "Satire is a sort of glass, wherein beholders do generally discover everybody's face but their own"--Johathan Swift
27sarcasms plural of sarcasm
28sarcastically in a sarcastic manner; "`Ah, now we're getting at the truth,' he interposed sarcastically"
29sarcastically caustically, derisively, ironically, satirically
30sarcastically In a sarcastic manner
31sarcastically in a sarcastic manner; "`Ah, now we're getting at the truth,' he interposed sarcastically
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