from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In an ironic manner, in a way displaying irony.
- adv. Used to draw attention to an ironic aspect of a situation being described.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an ironical manner; by way of irony; by the use of irony.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an ironic manner
- adv. contrary to plan or expectation
Socialism is not "great," as the title ironically notes, but rather fosters an air of paranoia and repression so strong that Ms. Zhang is soon doing everything in her power to break out of the mold.
I forgot to mention that my insurance provider is "converting" (and yes, I use the term ironically) to a for-profit company (something I like to call "more openly for profit", since the Blues simply use the non-profit status as an umbrella for numerous for-profit subsidiaries), and they're cutting their contracts with two of the biggest and best hospitals in the area -
They said the name ironically, but Lizbeth knew it made sense.
The observation that a casual reader of the sciences understands they are getting an ‘upshot’ of a complicated process ironically is proven false by the very article that is being referenced.
The result, perhaps ironically, is to poison the cognitive system in ways that make it less likely, in a variety of contexts, that they will be able to sort truth from falsehood.
This reduces the movie to nothing more than a slasher film (which, ironically, is what the original franchise became after the first movie anyway).
Your policy, ironically, is much more damaging to freedom since you are forcing people to buy a product and I assume insurance companies will be allowed to call the gov't in on you if they suspect you are not buying .....
Casper feels trapped, as does a Honduran teen named Sayra (Paulina Gaitan) who, ironically, is traveling North with her uncle and a father she barely knows to cross the U.S.
The aforementioned silence, and the sense that I'm only talking to myself (which, ironically, is the original function of a journal).
The highest, Godliest choice, ironically, is to respect others.