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use "irony" in a sentence

The Roman poet Ovid adds vivid detail - and veiled irony directed against critics of homosexual love: aged tutors reaching out to grab him back with impotent fingers, and ganymede's hounds barking uselessly at the sky.

All of this has been done with great dedication and under

Hortense orders a costume for "a Miss Polly Browne" and Maisie and the other girls (Dulcie, Nancy, and Fay) sing the ironic "Perfect Young Ladies" with Hortense.

The innocent vision of the child allows the author to depict his own sharp and ironic vision of the contradictions of the colonial regime.

Fenway Park The Ruth sale cemented the Red Sox-Yankees alliance, which was ironic given their historically bitter rivalry.

Modern usage In contemporary Poland, the word "Sarmatian" (Polish: sarmacki) is a form of ironic self-identification, and is sometimes used as a synonym for the Polish character.

The name of the company is ironic because of its meaning the best or the highest in quality.

;Final, Ultimate Solution for the Spam Problem (FUSSP) :An ironic reference to naïve developers who believe they have invented the perfect spam filter, which will stop all spam from reaching users' inboxes while accidentally deleting no legitimate email.

In a final ironic twist, we see Rob's gravestone until a woman starts digging him up.

He also makes ironic use of the statement "If we cannot have our prosperity with pride then we should reject such prosperity".

In the cast commentary, it is said that this is ironic as Steve-O is the least likely to even reach old age.

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