Use Sardonic in a sentence
Meaning: [adjective]showing that you are better than others and you don’t care them, mocking;
He is young, handsome, charming with a pronouncedly sardonic sense of humour.
The rich man looked at her with sardonic amusement.
He speaks in a rough voice with an American accent and employs a sardonic wit.
Catherine glanced around her, and suppressed a sardonic smile.
He raised one end of his mustache in a sardonic grin.
Her voice faded away at the sardonic gleam in his eyes.
A glint of sardonic humour appeared unexpectedly in Eddie’s eyes.
Prokofiev’s sardonic wit and distinctive musical voice are perfectly suited to this satirical tale of a fictitious hero, Lieutenant Kije.
Batman was characterised as incrementally more sardonic and frivolous throughout the series.