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Firstly, the following definition is anything but accurate:
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March 26, 2007 Urban Word of the Day

A witty mannerism, personality, or behavior that is a combination of sarcasm and cynicism. Usually accepted as a complimentary term. Snark is sometimes mistaken for a snotty or arrogant attitude.

Her snarky remarks had half the room on the floor laughing and the other half ready to walk out. "

This definition is ironically highly endemic of snarkiness. Only a snark would say that being a snark is a good thing at all.

In fact its quite obvious that someone who behaves in a snarky manner and views their own behavior self-righteously wrote this.

By definition "snarky" is derogatory.

It means to not give the "principle of charity" (google that) to things others say which you disagree with, and in fact specifically withhold it as much as is humanly possible. It means to make straw men out of everything said you disagree with, and then pompously ridiculing the strawman you've errected in place of what was actually said, but acting like it was the actual thing said when your dishonest tactics are addressed. It means, not only being sarcastic, but being self righteous, condescending, and pompous. It means not accurately seeing things, and instead having them skewed by your desires, your ego, etc.
The above refuted definition is actually a perfect example of being snarky.
by Slayer of Falsehoods December 13, 2012
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Snide, nasty, arrogant, rude, condescending,yuppie
Don't get snarky with me, Mary.
by Eye Spam March 27, 2008
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Derived from the Phoenician word snark-you.

1) To be as rch10007 on the famous Max-Zuke forum.
2) The internet equivalent of a ankle-biter dog.
3) To interject random humor, sarcasm or unintelligible statements, never relevant to the discussion at hand.
Let's go for a long ride, Lois is snarky today. I think it's that time of the month.
by Wise Old Man February 11, 2012
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A term, which Dane Cook suggests we google.
He was being very snarky with his attitude. Yeah, snarky, google that shit.
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"Snark" is a word invented by Lewis Carroll as the name of an elusive and stealthy monster and has nothing to do with sarcasm or behavioral traits. Writers in Britain's Victorian era often used the word "sarky" (not "sNarky") as a shortened version of "sarcastic." (Just as the name "Elspeth" is a short version of "Elizabeth.") Ergo, "snarky" should refer to something or someone who is elusive or stealthy.
“There’s no need to be sarky,” I said sulkily. "We're doing our best."

Lockheed Martin's latest experimental fighter is snarky because it utilizes the latest generation of stealth technology.
by wmcphd December 29, 2010
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snarky means only one thing. Snazzy Sharks
look! in the water! its a shark! no its snarky!
by miahahaahwatnow June 18, 2010
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Loki
Loki is so Snarky..
by Loki_God December 11, 2013
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