Antonyms for more ironical

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There is no more ironical statement in the whole Bible than that.

On the other hand, it is more ironical than any other extant Greek play.

A more ironical trick of fate could scarcely be imagined; but, all considered, Belinda was not altogether to blame.

Staffer had guessed her secret and knew that she had spoiled his plans; but his manner was more ironical than revengeful.

But he hoped to provoke it from these in time, and his own letters grew the more earnest the more ironical hers became.

The more he is in earnest, the more ironical he becomes; and he is never more in earnest or more ironical than in the Gorgias.