ironic

[ ahy-ron-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF ironic

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The ironic part of it was that, for all that had happened, I was busier all the time.

Her mother turned the echo of this phrase into an ironic lament.

What a subject I have presented to you all these years for the exercise of your ironic faculty!

Fate, the ironic interloper, had taken a hand in this evil game.

Was this the ironic destiny of all ideals too austere for earth, too divine for humanity?

It was one of Edvard Munch's ferocious and ironic travesties of existence.

He glanced with ironic eyes from Dan's white face to his working fingers.

The detective bowed in ironic acknowledgment of the compliment.

His ironic tone, perhaps from want of use, had an awful grating ferocity.

He talked of inter-island politics with an ironic and melancholy shrewdness.

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