Sarcasm Definition in Context with Images

Sarcasm definition in context with images and synonyms from the book, Vocabulary for the College-Bound Student. Learn the word, sarcasm, in real short sentences with illustrations and improve your reading comprehension at the same time. /ˈsɑː.kæz.əm/ (noun) Sarcasm definition the use of caustic remarks to criticize someone vehemently and hurt their feelings by saying something … Read more

Sardonic GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Sardonic GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /sɑːˈdɒn.ɪk/ (adj) Definition showing that you believe you are more important than other people by not showing enough respect to them, disdainfully mocking, scornful, ironic, cynical, sarcastic, satirical, derisive, caustic, acerbic, snide, mocking Example Have you ever wanted to whisper softly in someone’s ear “JUST WALK AWAY”? Umm… that’s a bit … Read more

Vitriolic 1100 Words You Need Week 27 Day 3

Vitriolic 1100 Words You Need Week 27 Day 3 Vitriolic 1100 Words You Need Week 27 Day 3 /ˌvɪt.riˈɒl.ɪk/ (adj) caustic and incisive, expressing bitter hatred, contempt, venomous, hurtful, spiteful, cruel, acerbic, cruel, malicious, rancorous, sarcastic, vicious, like metallic sulfur Chapter 3 presents one of the most inane defenses of the subject that I have … Read more

Tongue In Cheek 1100 Words You Need Week 20 Day 3

Tongue In Cheek 1100 Words Tongue In Cheek 1100 Words (adj, adv & idiom) if you say something tongue in cheek, you don’t take it seriously and consider it to be funny, be joking about something, amusing and hilarious, witty and comic, jokey, droll, in jest, insincere The teacher had his tongue in his cheek … Read more

Caustic 1100 Words You Need Week 3 Day 1

Caustic 1100 Words You Need Caustic 1100 Words You Need /ˈkɔː.stɪk/ US /ˈkɑː-/ (adj) describes a chemical that burns or destroys things, especially anything made of living cells, corrosive, acid, acidic, corroding, burning, describes a remark or way of speaking that is hurtful, critical or intentionally unkind, sarcastic, scathing, mordant, acrimonious, astringent, cutting, biting, acerbic, … Read more