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Definition of sarcaustic

sarcaustic

noun

  • When I coined the term 40+ years ago, it was meant to mean acidic sarcasm, or sarcasm that goes beyond the merely intellectual attack to a more visceral one that is defined by the difference and the level of attack.

    Last edited on May 14 2015. Submitted by Dale Tisdale on May 14 2015.

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