Thesaurus / irony

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That raised a particular irony, since Jones himself is arguably the Capitol’s biggest opponent of remote voting.

It’s no small irony the movement is based on fraudulent data, published by the now disgraced Andrew Wakefield, an English gastroenterologist.

The grand irony being that they all blame each other for, well, who’s to blame.

It’s a bitter irony that the e-waste mountains collecting in the world’s poorest places actually contain a fortune.

The dark irony is that, when people take to the streets to protest racism in policing, some police have used cutting-edge tools with a known racial bias against those assembled.

The irony, Cynical Theories posits, is that these illiberal measures don’t work in defeating discrimination.

Observes Poznansky, “It’s the irony of ironies that where the virus spread is out of control may be the optimal place to test the vaccine.”

“It’s the irony of ironies that where the virus spread is out of control may be the optimal place to test the vaccine,” Poznansky says.

The eyes were large and gray, the expression that of a contemplative savant, with a faint dash of irony in their glance.

Ghosts I Have SeenViolet Tweedale

And he smiled in a grim sort of irony at himself, for he knew that he was lost.

To LeewardF. Marion Crawford

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