Similar words: chronic, electronic, electronics, clinical, technical, mechanical, basically, typically. Meaning: [aɪ'rɑnɪklɪ /-'rɒn-] adv. 1. contrary to plan or expectation 2. in an ironic manner.
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1. She ended up doing commercials, which ironically revived her acting career.
2. Ironically, for a man who hated war, he would have made a superb war cameraman.
3. Ironically, his cold got better on the last day of his holiday.
4. Classmates at West Point had ironically dubbed him Beauty.
5. 'Oh, no problem!' said Terry, ironically.
6. Ironically, most people came to watch the match on the day it poured with rain.
7. Ironically, even as the government was fulminating against American policy, American jeans and videocassettes were the hottest items in the stalls of the market, where the incongruity can be seen as an example of human inconsistency.
8. Ironically, the book she felt was her worst sold more copies than any of her others.
9. Ironically, he is also patron of foresters.
10. Ironically, the Thatcherites deserve part of the credit.
11. Ironically I do not make a very good sailor.
12. Ironically, Vivian herself becomes the object of scholarly study.
13. While her eyes glazed with panic, his sparkled ironically.
14. Ironically James is a great admirer.
15. But ironically, Forbes' attack ads backfired.
16. Ironically enough it was Helsinki which introduced the change.
16. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and create good sentences.
17. His name, perhaps ironically, was Yorkie.
18. Which, ironically, seems to be helping the show.
19. Ironically, corporate downsizing may actually work to your advantage.
20. Ironically when Randalstown first won the league title two seasons Victorians again held the key to their title victory.
21. Ironically, a primary father may offer a special benefit to his children.
22. Ironically, the hereditary peers thus became the only people who have the right to democratic representation in the second chamber.
23. They are, ironically, the modern version of the church of the Middle Ages.
24. Ironically, of the three, Whalen seems most ready to put the whole mess behind him.
25. Ironically, it was one of the first broadcasts which extended to the entire federation since its collapse last year.
26. Ironically, in order to defend Hebron, we have to leave Hebron.
27. Ironically, such cases were among the only major categories in the study in which median awards declined.
28. He looks at Candice and she puckers her lips, perhaps ironically.
29. Since the 1970s, the world had been dominated by two problems which, ironically, tended to cancel each other out.
30. With both laughter and irritation Phoebe had returned to consciousness ironically amused at how nature could behave with such excessive romanticism.
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