(click/touch triangles for details)
- 'Yes,' he thinks with sardonic ruefulness, turning the mules into the open gate, 'I know exactly what she is going to say.Chapter 1 (46% in)
- His face is musing, downlooking; again it cracks faintly, with a kind of sardonic weariness.Chapter 4 (96% in)
- Then he spoke again, moving; his voice now had an overtone, unmirthful yet quizzical, at once humorless and sardonic: "If I'm not, damned if I haven't wasted a lot of time."Chapter 11 (97% in)
- Byron's face cracks with that grimace faint, fleeting, sardonic, weary, without mirth.Chapter 16 (93% in)
There are no more uses of "sardonic" in Light in August.
Typical Usage (best examples)