Synonyms of sarcasm
ironyDictionary • His voice was heavy with sarcasm.
irony • She examined his face for a hint of irony, but found none.
satire • It's an easy target for satire.
cynicism • I found Ben's cynicism wearing at times.
contempt • I will treat that remark with the contempt it deserves.
ridicule • He was subjected to public ridicule.
scorn • They greeted the proposal with scorn.
mockery • Was there a glint of mockery in his eyes?
derision • He tried to calm them but was greeted with shouts of derision.
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contemptIf you have contempt for someone or something, you have no respect for them or think that they are unimportant.
• I will treat that remark with the contempt it deserves.
cynicismCynicism is the belief that people always act selfishly.
• I found Ben's cynicism wearing at times.
derisionIf you treat someone or something with derision, you express contempt for them.
• He tried to calm them but was greeted with shouts of derision.
Thesaurus for sarcasm from the Collins English Thesaurus
mocking, contemptuous, or ironic language intended to convey scorn or insult