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use "wryly" in a sentence

Critiquing the collapse Commenting somewhat wryly on Layton's description of events, ComicBookGalaxy's Christopher Allen casts doubt on some of Layton's pronouncements about the restructuring and ultimate failure of Future Comics.

Paul then wryly remarks that "one can be TOO
often revealed through sarcasm and wry remarks.

McGough's poem "Aren't We All" also describes a casual sexual encounter at a party with a rather more wry tone: There's the moon trying to look romantic Moon's too old that's her trouble Aren't we all?

Beckett's minimalist, bleak and existential viewpoint immediately appealed to Norton's wry and often scathing sense of humor.

His papers were donated to the Huntington Library in 2005. An exhibit, "Smith on wry: Jack Smith, Columnist for Our Times" was on view at the Huntington (Feb.

It turned out to be a wry move, Tyrone's ruthlessness in shooting at the posts, was now consolidated with a steadiness in defense.

A native of the planet Armagh, Kosutic is a Satanist priestess, with a wry sense of humor and a matter-fact-attitude.

Dick Purtan honed the wry, sardonic sense of humor that has made him a fixture on the Motor City airwaves for four decades, first on WKNR.

Ace's broadcasting career happened by accident, after one night of bridge and a following night of absenteeism, by the show that followed his wry movie reviews on a Kansas City radio station.

"Shisiedo" features a dreamy, lovelorn lyric delivered by Welch with urgency, and "Jesus Pick" combines the moody, spacey feel with wry lyrics advising Jesus against returning to create a tour-de-force.

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