How to use Remark in a sentence as a noun

What's worse is that even when you do notice a pattern, it's harder to address than a rude remark.

Less people will think you an 'ice queen' if you call out an inappropriate remark, but countering the above form of sexism seems far more difficult to do while preserving 'likeability' -- 'what's the big deal, I just asked her to take notes!

I would not take some offhanded remark from an outsourced, minimum wage, offshore worker as confirmation of anything.

A remark like that indicates total ignorance of present reality.

I don't know how much truth there is to that, but as a general spectator I feel like wanting to remark that Bryan Cantrill only fanned the fire here in all of this.

The TSA agent made a snide remark about about me being separated from my belongings, which I'd already put on the X-ray conveyor belt [2].

It's rare that I indulge myself in making a pithy remark on HN, but this is one of those rare times I will, karma be damned.

But\n > setting limits on those activities, along with clear\n > expectations for what else these employees need to\n > accomplish, can help ensure that they complete their\n > primary work and avoid resentment from their\n > nonblogging, nontweeting colleagues.\n\nThe paternalism of this remark is mindblowing.

How to use Remark in a sentence as a verb

First, take a moment to appreciate that *lets you have" remark.

Rather than focusing on the IQ remark, I'll mention that the entire point of this post is that programming is not just “sit[ting] down to code something”.

I don't understand how this can even enter into someone's mind as an acceptable remark to make.

He would often remark "I wrote the whole thing over a weekend, why can't you guys make a tiny little change without breaking it?

There isn't one other author which infuriates me with his ignorance and inability to make specific point without throwing condescending remarks.\nIf there is anybody who deserve the term it's him.

I am suffering from a severe lack of caring about HN right now so this is not going to be a terribly convincing case, but i feel like i should remark as follows.

That's the sort of disingenuous remark a politician would make.

Remark definitions

noun

a statement that expresses a personal opinion or belief or adds information; "from time to time she contributed a personal comment on his account"

See also: comment input

noun

explicit notice; "it passed without remark"

verb

make mention of; "She observed that his presentation took up too much time"; "They noted that it was a fine day to go sailing"

See also: note observe mention

verb

make or write a comment on; "he commented the paper of his colleague"

See also: comment notice