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Definition of sarchasm :.

(sär'kăz'əm)

  1. 1. (n.) The abyss between the creator of witticisms and the intended recipient who does not find the humor in it.

    Origins: The combination of sarcasm and chasm. While originally coined as a "sniglet" by comedian, Rich Hall, this term has become so widely used in American language almost as to be common place here in the States.

    Example: Either you find this definition funny, or there is a sarchasm between us.

    Submitted by: Anonymous, Topics: Miscellaneous

 

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