Scarcasm, n. clever but very unkind comments that leave a scar on the recipient. A stronger form of sarcasm that is directed towards someone who is especially sensitive and is permanently "scarred" by the cutting remark.
Also Scarcastic, adj.
"Why isn't your sister coming to the house warming party?" " "Oh, she has been having a hard time dealing with her boss' scarcasm - the other day he made an especially cruel comment about the size of her nose and now she's even more self conscience in new social situations.That guy is such an ass."
Sarcasm relating but not limited to wounds of the flesh, body, mind and soul. First originating in the 19th century, this was used when over exaggerating the attacks of Native Americans on the first British Colonies. Word does not have to be used in sentence, because it is implied.