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Sarcasm - Wikipedia

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Sarcasm is "a sharp, bitter, or cutting expression or remark; a bitter gibe or taunt." Sarcasm may employ ambivalence, although sarcasm is not necessarily ironic.

Sarcasm - Definition and Examples of Sarcasm - Literary Devices

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Sarcasm is a literary and rhetorical device that is meant to mock with often satirical or ironic remarks with a purpose to amuse and hurt someone or some section ...

Sarcasm! What's the purpose? - Practice Solutions Blog Practice ...

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Oct 1, 2015 ... October 2015. This month is dedicated to understanding the negative power of sarcasm and how it can make even the best of teams lose trust ...

Examples of Sarcasm - YourDictionary

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Sarcasm is an ironic or satirical remark that seems to be praising someone or something but is really taunting or cutting. Sarcasm can be used to hurt or offend or ...

SARCASM IN RELATIONSHIPS - University of Pennsylvania

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People also use sarcasm as a means of being comedic with groups of friends. They say something contrary to what they feel and/or believe for the purpose of ...

Sarcasm in Literature - How Sarcasm Works | HowStuffWorks

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Although there's no way of pinpointing the very first use of sarcasm, it has long been a staple in literature (along with irony and satire) as a source of humor or ...

Sarcasm Seen as Evolutionary Survival Skill - Live Science

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Jun 20, 2008 ... Our social nature means we know how to manipulate others in a very negative way.

Psychology of Sarcasm – Dealing With Sarcastic People

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They say sarcasm is the lowest form of wit, and it is true indeed that there isn't really much art to this particular brand of humor. However that doesn't mean that it ...

Understatement | Literary Devices

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Understating a fact is usually done by way of sarcasm, irony, wryness or any other form of dry humor. ... What is the purpose of an understatement In literature ?

Sarcasm: Why It Hurts Us - Science of People

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the difference between me and you is that I view the universe with a purpose, you view it as a joke. That is the essence of the divide between sarcasm and ...

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Sarcasm Examples and Definition - Literary Devices

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Definition and a list of examples of sarcasm. Sarcasm is a remark made mockingly, ironically, or in bitter contempt.

Sarcasm in Literature: Example & Explanation - Video & Lesson ...

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In this lesson, we will define sarcasm. We will then look at sarcasm in literature, including why an author would use sarcasm, the history of it in...

Does sarcasm serve a purpose? | Leader Snips, the Blog

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Dec 3, 2009 ... If you are really impeccable with your word, then is there a need for a sarcasm font? If you are saying what you mean, and not letting others ...