Synonym: askew, contorted, crooked, distorted. Meaning: [raɪ] adj. 1. humorously sarcastic or mocking 2. bent to one side.
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1. With wry humour, they laugh at their misfortunes.
2. Matthew allowed himself a wry smile.
3. Jim permitted himself a wry smile.
4. She made a wry grimace.
5. His mouth twisted into a wry smile.
6. He pulled a wry face when I asked him how it had gone.
7. A wry smile tugged at the corner of his mouth.
8. He acknowledged his mistake with a wry grimace.
9. Her writing has a wry dryness.
10. She gave a wry smile.
11. His mouth lifted in a wry smile.
12. She watched their fumbling efforts with wry amusement.
13. Antony's wry smile disconcerted Sutcliffe.
14. His wry grin faded.
15. There is a wry sense of humour in his work.
16. He looked across at Jos with a wry smile .
17. He gave her a wry look, something between amusement and regret.
18. This book is suffused with Shaw's characteristic wry Irish humour.
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19. And wry grins on their faces.
20. Mary gave me a wry smile.
21. He listened patiently, with a wry smile.
22. In spite of herself, Lisa smiled a wry smile.
23. Lozano was a wry, funny man.
24. The man smiled a wry but gentle smile and beckoned me in.
25. And Judge Lawrence Verney allowed himself a wry little smile.
26. A wry and comical early cynicism rapidly transforms into an overwhelming sense of sourness.
27. A wry and entertaining tale, typical of this good writer.
28. She gave a wry little grin, realising she had no real plan of action in mind.
29. 'At least we got one vote,' she said with a wry smile.
30. 'Was it as bad as you expected?' Travis gave a wry smile.
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