Wry in a Sentence
Wry - Definition
Mocking or sarcastic in nature; dry humor
Use Wry in a sentence
Bill's wry sense of humor made it difficult to be taken seriously at the office.
When I asked Lauren "What's up?" she gave me this wry response - "The sky!"
Every time we discuss politics, you always have to throw in wry remarks, making it impossible to have a serious debate with you.
Wipe that wry grin off your face when I give you an order!
With a twisted perception of love, all she could do was give wry responses to love questions.
Asking a grown adult to recite the English alphabet is wry of you.
When I was driving, I saw a wry bumper sticker that read, "4 out of 3 people have trouble with fractions."
The wry man said he stops looking for work when he finds a job.
"An apple a day keeps the doctor away, especially if you throw it at him," said the wry Grandmother, known for her witty sayings.
What a wry guy - he cracks dirty jokes in a business meeting!
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