- From nark + -y. (Wiktionary)
“The intrusion of the author is part of the book's narky undertow.”
“He's a narky sod, too, as he frequently demonstrates, kicking the turf and memorably riling Mitchell Johnson.”
“When I was down at Aireys Inlet with the Darklings for our writing retreat, I told them about that mean man who said something narky after the meme thing I did, and out of that came a conversation about the value of knowing 25 random things about the characters in our manuscripts.”
“Here we go," he says, looking at his mates, and suddenly sounding narky.”
“Its obviously fun for some people to see what sec code they get but it freaks me out ever since I gave NT one of my characteristic serves and then the next time I logged in I got one that says “narky”.”
“Brown gets narky: nothing irritates him more than the sound of soft but universal derision.”
“Alaric got a bit annoyed at how long we took to leave becuase of the guinea pigs - I didn't know weather to be sympathetic or laugh when he got narky about it :/”
“Seems like the cops got pissed because the Prof was a bit narky.”
“And there's a special layer for those who treat books badly, and narky editors and publishers who publish Dan Brown.”
“Bay people get narky when you talk about politics.”
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