sarcastic

Sarcastic vs Genuine - What's the difference?

sarcastic | genuine |


As adjectives the difference between sarcastic and genuine

is that sarcastic is sarcastic while genuine is belonging to, or proceeding from the original stock; native; hence, not counterfeit, spurious, false, or adulterated; authentic; real; natural; true; pure.

Sarcastic vs Superficial - What's the difference?

sarcastic | superficial |


As adjectives the difference between sarcastic and superficial

is that sarcastic is sarcastic while superficial is shallow, lacking substance.

As a noun superficial is

(chiefly in plural) a surface detail.

Sarcastic vs Pointed - What's the difference?

sarcastic | pointed |


As adjectives the difference between sarcastic and pointed

is that sarcastic is sarcastic while pointed is (comparable) sharp, barbed; not dull.

As a verb pointed is

(point).

Straightforward vs Sarcastic - What's the difference?

straightforward | sarcastic |


As adjectives the difference between straightforward and sarcastic

is that straightforward is proceeding in a straight course or manner; not deviating; honest; frank while sarcastic is sarcastic.

As an adverb straightforward

is in a straightforward manner.

Direct vs Sarcastic - What's the difference?

direct | sarcastic |


As adjectives the difference between direct and sarcastic

is that direct is straight, constant, without interruption while sarcastic is sarcastic.

As an adverb direct

is directly.

As a verb direct

is to manage, control, steer.

Factious vs Sarcastic - What's the difference?

factious | sarcastic |


As adjectives the difference between factious and sarcastic

is that factious is of, pertaining to, or caused by factions while sarcastic is sarcastic.

Skeptical vs Sarcastic - What's the difference?

skeptical | sarcastic |


As adjectives the difference between skeptical and sarcastic

is that skeptical is having, or expressing doubt; questioning while sarcastic is sarcastic.

Wry vs Sarcastic - What's the difference?

wry | sarcastic |


As adjectives the difference between wry and sarcastic

is that wry is turned away, contorted (of the face or body) while sarcastic is sarcastic.

As a verb wry

is (obsolete|intransitive) to turn (away); to swerve or deviate or wry can be (obsolete) to cover; clothe; cover up; cloak; hide.

Scornful vs Sarcastic - What's the difference?

scornful | sarcastic |


As adjectives the difference between scornful and sarcastic

is that scornful is showing scorn or disrespect; contemptuous while sarcastic is sarcastic.

Humor vs Sarcastic - What's the difference?

humor | sarcastic |


As a noun humor

is mood, temper.

As an adjective sarcastic is

sarcastic.

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