Especially snide or belittling sarcasm, often directed at a person to their face.
While the comment, about a third person, "Yeah, that's really going to work," is just conventional sarcasm, the same comment, directed at the person will exaggerated inflection, "Yeah, that's REALLY going to WORK," slips into snarkasm.
with an extra dose of snark
: a biting remark that goes beyond mere snark or sarcasm, the preferred method of communication for professional smartasses
Sarcasm: "I only come to Jiffy Lube for the free coffee."
Snark: "Well, at least the price is right."
Snarkasm: Asking the Jiffy Lube cashier if she ground the beans herself.
Sarcasm: "Gee, thanks. I've always wanted a Chia Pet."
Snark: "I hope you kept the receipt."
Snarkasm: "Were they out of fruitcakes?"
Sarcasm: "So where's the rest of it?"
Snark: "Five inches is huge if you're 11."
Snarkasm: "Jesus! My mother has a bigger penis."
A word or phrase that incorporates both snark and sarcasm.
Calling the blonde girl with dark roots a real blonde was pure snarkasm.
Noun. A combination of sarcasm and snarky, meaning a cutting remark that is especially testy.
"That's a REALLY nice Christmas sweater." Note: Amount of snarkasm can be determined in the tone and inflection.
A combination of Snarky and Sarcasm. To be little ones friends and enemies with rude remarks and stories used to embarass them.
I just wanted smack her what with all her scathing Snarkasm.