Etymology
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dryly (adv.)

also drily, 1560s, "without moisture;" 1620s, "without affection;" early 15c., "with apparent unintentional humor or sarcasm," from dry (adj.) + -ly (2).

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Definitions of dryly

dryly (adv.)
in a dry laconic manner;
`I know that', he said dryly
Synonyms: laconically / drily
From wordnet.princeton.edu