Ironic [adjective]

Definition of Ironic:


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Sentence/Example of Ironic:

In its own ironic way, Halloween has always offered a brief respite from real-world horrors.

That’s quite ironic coming from the head of a company whose products are used in operations that contribute to serious human rights violations.

The collection, which includes 15 pieces, reflects Abloh’s signature “ironic” style.

It is ironic that the integrity of the second law of thermodynamics, which is responsible for irreversibility in the world, is safeguarded at the micro level by this reversibility.

The title may sound ironic, but it wasn’t intended that way.

So this was the curious and ironic fact; the nation had been saved—but only to be handed over to the money-changers!

As the Tassos reached for him, a last ironic thought drifted through Hendricks mind.

Gray, silent in the shadows, laughed a bitter, ironic laugh.

There was a suggestion of the ludicrous, a faint ironic aroma, in the phrase, which aroused angry passions.

My friend S— the elder passed me on the other side of the street with a wave of the hand and an ironic smile.