In a moment of tragic irony, Samaras said he would never risk his life or the lives of his team to chase a tornado.
tragic irony is, therefore, not a common element in the modern drama.
There is something in the juxtaposition of these two enemies full of tragic irony.
But destiny reveals its customary irony (Tolstoy, we may remark, is as firm a believer in tragic irony as any of the Greeks).
Some of us smiled with a kind of tragic irony, because it was Easter Sunday.
Toward the end of his brief career, his portraits became almost too terrible in their savage and tragic irony.
In tragedy, what is called “tragic irony” is a device for heightening the intensity of a dramatic situation.
This is the irony of the situation; it is the tragic irony of all Hebrew history.
The Oedipus Tyrannus of Sophocles is the classic example of tragic irony at its fullest and finest.
A splendid dialogue of tragic irony represents both as wishing to find the one a mother, the other a son.