One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘his wry humour made her laugh’
ironic, sardonic, satirical, mocking, scoffing, sneering, derisive, scornful, sarcastic, double-edged, dry, droll, witty, humorous
British informal sarky
2‘he sipped his cold coffee and made a wry face’
disgusted, displeased, discontented, offended, unimpressed, annoyed, irritated, irked, vexed, piqued, nettled, put out, disgruntled
informal peeved, narked, hacked off
British informal cheesed off
North American informal sore, ticked off, teed off
vulgar slang pissed off
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