- adj.扭歪的,歪曲的,歪斜的 v.扭曲,扭歪
- 她看著他们手忙脚乱地瞎使劲, 不觉莞尔。
- She watched their fumbling efforts with wry amusement.
- A wry bitter-sweet picture of the harsh realities of the human condition.
- Suddenly the door-handle turned with a creak and wu sun-fu woke from his nightmare with a start to see wang ho-fu's round face wearing a worried frown and a wry smile.
- He had a wry grin on his face.
- The book's coda is a wry conclusion quoted from shakespeare.
- Finally a wry smile formed and the delphic oracle spoke: "I do not answer god questions.
- Could there have been a more wry tribute to the president who said in his first inaugural address "government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem"?
- Could there have been a more wry tribute to the president who said in his first inaugural address government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem?
- Dry humor; an ironic remark often conveys an intended meaning obliquely; an ironic novel; an ironical smile; with a wry scottish wit.
- The wry observational pop of kate nash helped the singer one of a number of artists to emerge from a resurgent london scene to the best british female prize that winehouse won last year.
- A wry sense of humor.
- Lucy said wryly "mike if you don't build that hospital I'll die an old maid."
- Thus we appreciate huxley's wry comment and note that even children get the humor of cartoon physics where for example a character running off a cliff does not fall until he realizes that he has left terra firma.
- She said this with a wry glance at me.