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unironically

[ uhn-ahy-ron-i-klee ]
/ ˌən aɪˈrɒn ɪ kli /
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adverb
in a way that is not ironic or mocking; without affectation; sincerely: He was a happy, healthy baby, and for the first few years of his life he was referred to unironically at daycare as Mr. Agreeable.It takes a certain confidence to wear a bowtie unironically.
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OTHER WORDS FROM unironically

un·i·ron·i·cal, adjective
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