- adj.嘲笑的; 讥笑的; 讽刺的; 冷笑的;
- 比较级: more sardonic;
- 最高级: most sardonic;
- 副词: sardonically;
Occasionally he made a humorously sardonic remark.
She gave him a sardonic smile.
Creole started into something else, it was almost sardonic.
He was full of sardonic humour.
He paused to see the effect of this sardonic bit of commentary.
She watched us with a sardonic eye as we stepped from the brougham.
It was an occupation that appealed to his sardonic temper.
There was a sardonic expression on her face.
I admired Jobert's intelligence and sardonic wit.
These last words were uttered quietly but in a tone so sardonic.
His rebellion is the bitter, sardonic laughter of all great satirists.
" You needn't be afraid, " he said with a sardonic smile.
屠维岳冷冷地微笑. “ 你不要慌!
He held himself erect , and his face wore its customary sardonic smile.
" I'm not being silly,'she replied with a sardonic laugh.
她冷笑道: “ 我才不胡说呢.
——汉英文学 - 围城
The gardener continued to lean against the wall, arms folded, watching them with a sardonic expression.
此时,这位花匠依旧靠墙站着, 双臂交叉, 以讥讽的神情注视着他们.
There is little of Satie's sardonic wit to be heard in Skempton's works.
I blast out the ghastly contents of philosophically whited sepulchers and laugh with sardonic wrath!
Her voice faded away at the sardonic gleam in his eyes.
1. disdainfully or ironically humorous; scornful and mocking;
"his rebellion is the bitter, sardonic laughter of all great satirists"- Frank Schoenberner
"a wry pleasure to be...reminded of all that one is missing"- Irwin Edman