LMAO - 11 definitions of Snarky - Look at #10!!http://www.urbandictionary.com/defin...=snarky&page=1
thesaurus: cynicism, haughty, sarcasm, snarcastic, snark
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(adjective) describes 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.
Source: A Gianotto (snipe), Oct 9, 2002
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Adjective - Any language that contains quips or comments containing sarcastic or satirical witticisms intended as blunt irony. Usually delivered in a manner that is somewhat abrupt and out of context and intended to stun and amuse. Origin: Snark="snide remark".Evelyn always called attention to the proverbial pink elephant in the room with her snarky comments.
Source: Greg, Feb 27, 2005
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Critical in a curmudgeonly sort of way.
The adjective snarky is first recorded in 1906. It is from dialectal British snark, meaning 'to nag, find fault with', which is probably the same word as snark, snork, meaning 'to snort, snore'. (The likely connection is the derisive snorting sound of someone who is always finding fault.) Most dictionaries label snarky as "Chiefly British Slang." But for the last five or more years, it has become increasingly common in American publications, maybe ones infiltrated by British or Canadian writers and journalists.Anthony Lane is the current champ of the snarky film review.
Source: William Harold, New Haven, Jun 6, 2005
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Process, system or software behavior that indicates a mysterious or unknown bug is causing a problem in some unclear or inconsistent manner; more obvious than hinky behavior, but far less clear than outright buggy behavior.Yesterday I wasn't sure if I was just paranoid or if the email really was acting hinky, but today it is downright snarky.
bug, buggy, hinky, snark, snarkey
Source: lb2nz, DC, Nov 3, 2005
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words that are intended to both impress and belittle someone at the same time; haughtyHipsters relish the use of snarky commentary to appear more cerebral than pedestrian, main-stream types.
Source: firedancer22, Brooklyn, Jul 14, 2005
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subversive, sneaky, clever, mean(NYT, 5/19/03) "The feature (NY Magazine)articles were often snarky -- Tom Wolfe's article on radical chic redefined protest as fashion..."
Source: anne scott beller, May 19, 2003
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Slang: Irritable or short-tempered.Don't get snarky with me this early in the morning, young lady.
Source: Eva Gale, Portland, OR, Apr 29, 2005
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Basically acting like someone PMSing and *****ing about everything.Mom was being pretty snarky about giving us a ride. She could have been a little nicer about it.
Source: Fifty, Portland, Aug 9, 2005
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Current mood where a person is feeling negative. Usually *****y, angry, and amused feelings are interlaced.- I'm feeling snarky. I'm going to now humiliate that newbie who was so incredibly stupid, and too lazy, to go look at the FAQs section.
Source: Queen of Snarkdom, Aug 3, 2003
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When giving a blow job, the giver starts laughing, causing love gravy to spurt out their nose.She was giving head, and suddenly she started to laugh at his penis size, causing a snarky as he came.
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Informal touchy, short-tempered, irritable, etc.
I am a little snarky when some pisses on my floor.
Source: MDX, Feb 24, 2003