01. I don't really like talking to him. He's always so [sarcastic].
02. I get annoyed with people who are [sarcastic] because I never know if they are telling the truth.
03. "How kind of you!" she said [sarcastically] when he let the door slam in her face.
04. The [sarcastic] policeman made me very angry when he asked me if the tree had perhaps jumped in front of my car.
05. He always gets a little [sarcastic] when he is drunk.
06. "Nice game," he said [sarcastically] after beating me 9-0.
07. He actually doesn't like her, so there was a hint of [sarcasm] in his voice when he congratulated her.
08. Please don't speak to me in that tone of voice; it is a little too [sarcastic].
09. She doesn't want to go out with you! She was being [sarcastic] when she said you are the man of her dreams.
10. He hurt her feelings with his [sarcastic] comments.
11. His constant [sarcasm] frequently hurts the feelings of others.
12. The coach's [sarcastic] remarks often have a negative effect on the confidence of his players.
13. Thomas Carlyle once said, "[Sarcasm] I now see to be, in general, the language of the devil."
14. His [sarcastic] remarks offended everyone who talked to him.

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