Ironic Definition

ī-rŏnĭ-kəl
adjective
Characterized by or constituting irony.
American Heritage
Meaning the contrary of what is expressed.
Webster's New World
Using, or given to the use of, irony.
Webster's New World
Having the quality of irony; directly opposite to what is or might be expected.
Webster's New World
Marked by coincidence or by a curious or striking juxtaposition of events.
Webster's New World
Antonyms:
sincere
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Origin of Ironic

  • From Middle French ironique, from Late Latin ironicus

    From Wiktionary

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