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used in Looking for Alaska

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understated humor — often sarcastic or ironic — often expressed by twisting the face

or (more rarely):  a facial expression showing displeasure
  • "Even though you were clearly not doing your part in the clover search, perv," she said wryly, "I really would give you this clover.
    p. 41.2

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