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“They look at her and go, "Hey, she's just like me - she's heavily in debt and a black guy's trying to steal her job." (sadly, that's only half-sarcastic)”
“Lately he has been downright snippy at moments, as in his half-sarcastic quip that Hillary was "likable enough.”
“That's only half-sarcastic, by the way, but I'm still astounded at some of the great stuff that gets ignored.”
“The question's only half-sarcastic; you can only half discuss it without going there or relying on platitudes.”
“Thee in that delicate half-sarcastic tracery of the nostril I detected the intellectual defiance which had politically isolated Silas Ruthyn and opposed him to the landed oligarchy of his county, whose retaliation had been a hideous slander.”
“She gave a little unbidden laugh, half-sarcastic, part disbelief.”
“I feel humiliated,' I say, half-sarcastic, but he's too dumb to catch on.”
“He spoke in his old half-sarcastic, half-cynical way, but a feeble, gasping voice, that made an effect of contrast, as of the tragic face espied behind the grinning mask.”
“She figured him sternly weighing instances of her levity in this masculine court of inquiry into feminine morality and gruffly dismissing both her and her family with some half-sarcastic, half-tolerant phrase which sealed her doom, as far as he was concerned, for ever.”
“He might have been sitting for his portrait, which would have represented a rather striking young man of five-and-twenty, with a square forehead, short dark-brown hair, standing erect, with a slight wave at the end, like a thick crop of corn, and a half-ardent, half-sarcastic glance from under his well-marked horizontal eyebrows.”
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