ironical

[ ahy-ron-i-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF ironical
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There was something disrespectful, not to say ironical, in his tone.

His gray eyes suddenly fixed and held the ironical eyes of the other.

Even the marquis, with his ironical politeness, was beginning to displease her.

And he launched forth into an ironical eulogy on selfishness.

"You've very often told me how much you loved me," he went on, ironical at her silence.

Strive as I might I could not rid my tone of an ironical inflection.

"All most interesting," commented the Admiral, in his ironical voice.

The young inspector winced at my companion's ironical comments.

"It's the best we've got," replied Kilshaw, in ironical apology for his country.

Brother Copas faced the two Hebrews with his ironical smile.

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