It is ironic that most people don't actually put these things on top of their televisions!
And this "Well!" sounded coldly ironic, as if he were saying,: "Now go through your performance."
But the form Querouailles was commonly used in England, where it was corrupted into Carwell or Carewell, perhaps with an ironic reference to the care which the duchess took to fill her pocket.
His Gedichte (1837), if anything, increased his reputation; his epics, Die Nibelungen inn Frack (1843) and Der Pfaff vom Kahlenberg (1850), are characterized by a fine ironic humour.
As you can tell, I am darkly ironic, of course.
Napoleon made ironic remarks during Fabvier's account, as if he had not expected that matters could go otherwise in his absence.
It is in these works more than in any others that the peculiar quality of Voltaire - ironic style without exaggeration - appears.
Lucian of Samosata achieved a brilliant success with his ironic dialogues "Of the Gods," "Of the Dead," "Of Love" and "Of the Courtesans."
Before she died, Eyre had composed the cruelly ironic epitaph, which finally stung her to desperation and death.
I find somewhat ironic the current outcry about the use of poison gas by Iraq from states which did nothing at the time.
It is ironic that someone who advocates investor discipline should show so little as a writer.
Dolokhov banged down the lid of his desk and turned to Anatole with an ironic smile:
"Always busy," replied Michael Ivanovich with a respectfully ironic smile which caused Princess Mary to turn pale.
It would be a mistake to think that this is ironic--a caricature of the historical accounts.
It was an ironic allusion to 19th century modes of narration.
Prince Andrew looked silently at Pierre with an ironic smile.
His ironic romance, Martin Birck's Youth, created a sensation in 1901.
He had an ironic wit.
It really is quite deliciously ironic to read this sort of stuff from our leaders.
Napoleon turned to him with a pleasant, though slightly ironic, smile.
"He writes about this war," said the prince, with the ironic smile that had become habitual to him in speaking of the present war.
It is ironic that the retarded man should be taken into the confidence of these supposedly normal characters.