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Definition of sarchasm

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Definitions include: abbreviated form of "shoot 'em up".
Definitions include: a person who never (or rarely) buys goods to satisfy their desires.
Definitions include: a mythical medical support vehicle for people who whine.
Definitions include: "birthday."
Definitions include: Detroit, Michigan, USA.
Definitions include: alternate (and less common) spelling of "workation".
Definitions include: a worthless small program.
Definitions include: acronym for "booty call"; hookup.
Definitions include: contraction of "none of your."
Definitions include: "cutie."
Definitions include: activism that requires little effort (and that often has little effect) and is mainly designed to make participants feel better about themselves.
Definitions include: "trying to".
Definitions include: contraction of "come on".
Definitions include: "Let me".
Definitions include: a fan of Justin Bieber.

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Other terms relating to 'sarcasm':

Definitions include: sarcasm that centers on the speakers sense of superiority and ego needs.
Definitions include: used at the end of text-based communication to indicate that the content was sarcastic.

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