Find the word definition

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
▪ I parked behind it and prepared some sarky backchat if the owners turned out to be sightseers.
▪ I thought she was being sarky about my bouquet but then I realized all the rooms were named after flowers.
▪ It was, I thought, the last time that she would make sarky remarks about a fellow medium's performance.

a. (context British informal English) sarcastic

Usage examples of "sarky".

I was the last to arrive, which is always a dodgy thing to be with a sarky up-himself swine like Nigel.

The first thing I did was to get Daphne to take down a sarky fax telling Above The Line Films where they could shove it.

He almost nodded at the Quiller in sarky challenge, but such complicity revolted him and he turned away.

Royalty Theatre: a Windmill show with sarky sketches and nudes that moved, suitable for trendy poseur and carriage trade alike.