1 Scarlett had an uneasy feeling that this man who was not received was the only one present who knew what lay behind her wild gaiety and that it was affording him sardonic amusement.
2 He gave her the box with a slightly sardonic smile and watched her while she put it on again and preened herself.
3 She thought of Rhett, a flash of white teeth against swarthy skin, sardonic black eyes caressing her.
4 There was a sardonic grin on his face at the last words but it faded as Melanie turned up to him a face that blazed with gratitude.
5 She picked up from him the gift of stinging words and sardonic phrases and learned to relish using them for the power they gave her over other people.
6 And now he was back, insulting, sardonic, out of reach.
7 He flung up a hand in mock horror and his black brows went up in the old sardonic crescents.
8 The sergeant, taking note of this, gave pause to his elaborate history while he administered a sardonic comment.
9 Leaning, silent, sardonic, against the door he was like a withered willow, bent over a stream, all its leaves shed, and in his eyes the whimsical flow of the waters.
10 She watched us with a sardonic eye as we stepped from the brougham.
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11 He was proud, sardonic, harsh to inferiority of every description: in my secret soul I knew that his great kindness to me was balanced by unjust severity to many others.
12 Sherlock Holmes sniffed sardonically.
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13 Holmes glanced at me and raised his eyebrows sardonically.
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14 "Let me know when you have settled which it is to be," he said, sardonically.
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15 He looked sardonically at Lucy, perched on her chair.