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1.
A derivation of the word, "snark," or "snide remark." Snarking is the act of making rude or critical remarks or otherwise "pranking" another person, normally anonymously and online.
John: Did you read the comments posted on your blog?

Jane: Yeah, "bigteninch" is this assole from work who is pissed because I wouldn't go out with him. Now he's snarking me.
Por Hampstead 21 de mayo de 2010
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2.
To answer with a very sarcastic attitude, but one that appears sincere. Sarcasm without the tone.
"I have faked amnesia, so no I can't remember. Are they really?" asked Miley Cyrus. "Yes, clouds are really pink." Said Barack Obama, snarking at Miley.
Por Will U.F. Kurse 11 de noviembre de 2013
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3.
It is when someone secretly sends humorous or embarrasing e-mails from another persons e-mail address as a practical joke.
Make sure you log out, or you'll be a victim of snarking.
Por Malden 28 de junio de 2007
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4.
A game, of sorts, wherein a group of snarky people stand in a circle and try to outsnark eachother with increasingly witty, disdainful comments.
I didn't get a chance to talk to you because I was by the stereo snarking on the music all night.
Por jasonpjason 10 de febrero de 2008
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5.
Verb, putting snotty spit on something.
Quit snarking on my notebook!
Por Amy Jennings 02 de diciembre de 2004
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