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- You can bet, though, that the Frenchman has allowed himself a sardonic smile.
- I mean, he had a lot of sardonic, sarcastic things like that to say and to make fun of himself, and so forth.
- The play has moments of sharp humour, mostly emanating from the sardonic Jean.
- Happy to relate, acrimony is often enhanced by sardonic humour.
- He was also the observant one, casting a sardonic eye on the absurdities of pop stardom, the Swinging Sixties and the aftermath of that crazy decade.
- In my more sardonic moments I add that the problem with England cricket is not the absence of a level playing field but the lack of good players.
- Fan though I am of his great performances of yore, his perpetual air of sardonic superiority is now getting very grating.
- The sardonic humour was wasted on him, and he begged me to give him the inside track on what drugs to take to win gold without the eternal shame of a life ban.
- He considers this sardonic memoir of childhood in a small corner of the British Empire
- Depicting a story of war, aggression and greed, he takes a sardonic look at the reality of this entire production.
- His latest book, After Britain, is a comparably sardonic performance.
- In my experience all it takes to shatter the take-charge persona of a master is a mildly sardonic tone or a heel to the nuts.
- Their sardonic remarks to each of the arguments put forth by the other teams sent waves of laughter among the crowd.
- Stephen could place his own sardonic stamp on what were in some cases widely shared late Victorian literary tastes.
- Many sardonic Australians find ways of making a play on these words.
- Like most of the first smart, sardonic novel, the story appears to have been thrown out with contemptuous ease.
- He was witty, teasing and flamboyant and his dialogue delivery racy and sardonic.
- He does have a sardonic streak of humour, which erupts ever so quietly in sporadic bursts.
- It seems to be aiming for a modern Catcher in the Rye with its sardonic, rancorous troubled kid character.
- He sits in the Yorkshire court with a sardonic but kindly female family judge and a humourless martinet.
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