Snarcasm - noun (Snark + Sarcasm)
1. harsh or bitter derision or irony that is brief, subtle, yet quite stabbing and funny.
2. a sharply ironical taunt; sneering or cutting remark employs coldbloodedness, creativity and is best served unprovoked.
He folded like a cheap cheap suit from the biting snarcasm.
by ItzKat December 11, 2012
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The use of sharp wit that combines sarcasm and snarkiness...
Samson has learned to to exercise discretion and sensitivity with his girlfriend by avoiding jokes and snarcasm.
by Don Flavio III October 12, 2010
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Marriage of the words “snarky” and sarcasm. It is a form of sarcasm that is not your typical “dry” sarcasm. It adds the snarky “punch” that makes it insulting, discouraging, or downright mean towards an individual or organized group of individuals.
You’re throwing SNARCASM at a guy who’s just trying to get an honest laugh?
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Being snarky and sarcastic at the same time. Making sharply critical comments whilst being sarcastic.
"See Beth she's so snarcastic"

"That was snarcasm"
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A particularly stronger, nastier form of sarcasm in the form of a written comment or verbal remark.
“The snarcasm in his column today is gonna rattle a lot of cages”

“She really ‘put him in his place’ today, in her own unique, snarcastic way.”
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