To answer with a very sarcastic attitude, but one that appears sincere. Sarcasm without the tone.
"I have faked amnesia, so no I can't remember. Are they really?" asked Miley Cyrus. "Yes, clouds are really pink." Said Barack Obama, snarking at Miley.
by Will U.F. Kurse November 12, 2013
A game, of sorts, wherein a group of snarky people stand in a circle and try to outsnark eachother with increasingly witty, disdainful comments.
I didn't get a chance to talk to you because I was by the stereo snarking on the music all night.
by jasonpjason February 10, 2008
noun
Combination of "snide" and "remark". Sarcastic comment(s).
Also snarky (adj.) and snarkily (adv.)
His commentary was rife with snark.
"Your boundless ineptitude is astounding," she snarkily declared.
by Tootybug47 February 10, 2004
A creature defined in Lewis Carroll's "The Hunting of the Snark". Decribed as those creatures "that have feathers, and bite, and those that have whiskers, and scratch".
"If your Snark be a Snark, that is right:
Fetch it home by all means—you may serve it with greens,
And it’s handy for striking a light.
You may seek it with thimbles—and seek it with care;
You may hunt it with forks and hope;
You may threaten its life with a railway-share;
You may charm it with smiles and soap—”
by Snark Hunter April 18, 2008
Use of sarcasm or malice in speech. Commonly found in the LiveJournal community. also snarky, snarkiness.
Not to be snarky, but I don't see how what you're saying makes any sense.

"Oh, well, *that's* a good idea. How about we *all* follow *you* and jump off a cliff like lemmings?" she said snarkily.
by kathy September 30, 2003
n.

1. Biting, cruel humor or wit, commonly used to verbally attack someone or something.
"Wow, this Quicken stuff is great: I can see how frelled I am by week, month, or even full color pie chart!"
by Scaper-X January 17, 2004
verbal ingenuineness that is brief, subtle, yet quite stabbing. snark is often marked by deep creativity & use of psychological attack. It employs coldbloodedness and is best served unprovoked. Snark can contain hidden complimentary meaning under a mean face, but it hurts more than it strengthens.

usu found in adjective form: "snarky": making use of snark.
"you looked at me like a snark while your head was extremely mentally blocked."
by sugarbooger August 31, 2007