What is a single word that means sarcastic empathy? For example, when one says to you "I'm sorry. That's devastating." where devastating is obviously overly-dramatic or excessive to the point of removing the value of the preceding "I'm sorry." In a sentence, it would look like this:
"You stubbed your toe? I'm sorry. That's devastating", she said with __________.
The language itself is empathetic (the feeling that you understand and share another person's experiences and emotions), but its context makes it sarcastic (marked by or given to using irony in order to mock or convey contempt.) Maybe there are better ways to describe it, but that is partly why I am asking the question in the first place. The tone in the example is mocking, executed by the duplicitous (or ironic) nature of language having a meaning other than its face value of empathy. Hopefully, that helps to clarify the question and my example.
As @Chappo added the helpful example above, which includes "... she said with _________," I too will add a bit more context. The phrase "I'm sorry, that's devastating" was actually said to me and I wanted to reply with something to the effect of "Don't berate me," or "I don't need your belittlement," but neither seemed to capture the sentiment I was wanting to convey of disdain for their fake pity, or, as stated in the original question, their sarcastic empathy. I searched for synonyms to these and other words, without discovering a satisfying solution, which ultimately lead me to post my question here. How would you reply?