[BRITISH SLANG] Sarcastic.

His skin was as pale as she remembered, his eyes as shadowed, his voice as sarky. “Blimey, look who’s back,” he said.

Mam’d go all sarky and Mammish if I phone her, but if I phone Brendan’s hopefully Ruth’ll answer, and I’ll say to get the message to Dad—not Mam, Dad—that I’m okay but I’ve left school and I’ll be away for a bit.

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