Origin of ironical
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1, 2. sarcastic, sardonic.
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Examples from the Web for ironical
No wonder it results in telling the humor of the upside down, the original Jewish ironical narrative of comedy.Purim Perils: His View Is His Own
Rabbi Daniel Landes
February 18, 2013
But a smart Franzen will weather this storm with a healthy dose of Ironical Zen.Franzen Frenzy!
August 31, 2010
There was something disrespectful, not to say ironical, in his tone.Henry Dunbar
M. E. Braddon
His gray eyes suddenly fixed and held the ironical eyes of the other.The Law-Breakers
Even the marquis, with his ironical politeness, was beginning to displease her.The Fortune of the Rougons
And he launched forth into an ironical eulogy on selfishness.Doctor Pascal
"You've very often told me how much you loved me," he went on, ironical at her silence.The Education of Eric Lane