Definition of snarky in English:

snarky

adjective

North american
informal
  • 1(of a person, words, or a mood) sharply critical; cutting; snide.

    ‘the kid who makes snarky remarks in class’
    • ‘You two were throwing snarky remarks at each other as though you were both fighting for the same guy.’
    • ‘How much can one miss the Great Eye Roll, the snarky remarks, the sarcasm, the feeling that no matter what you do, you'll just never please your child?’
    • ‘But mostly, being the writerly/vindictive type, I've looked forward to handing in the most subtly snarky resignation letter ever penned.’
    • ‘I spent an hour writing a post about this and it was all sarcastic and snarky and I was very proud of it.’
    • ‘But she ignored me… either that, or gave some snarky remark.’
    acerbic, sarcastic, sharp, sardonic, satirical, scathing, cutting, razor-edged
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    1. 1.1Cranky; irritable.
      ‘Bobby's always a bit snarky before his nap’
      • ‘Oh, there are stoic Russians, cranky hitmen, brain-dead cops, snarky FBI guys and, yes, as you remember from the trailer, goats.’
      • ‘But then, they're not snarky freelancers like I am.’
      • ‘Maybe there is something about small dog we are missing - some snarky, angry side - because all we saw was something so tiny Alex could hold him in one of his palms and literally sneeze him across the room.’

Pronunciation:

snarky

/ˈsnärkē/