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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.
作者 Hampstead 2010年5月21日
 
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.
作者 Will U.F. Kurse 2013年11月11日
 
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.
作者 Malden 2007年6月28日
 
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.
作者 jasonpjason 2008年2月10日
 
5.
Verb, putting snotty spit on something.
Quit snarking on my notebook!
作者 Amy Jennings 2004年12月02日