ironically, for a man who owns a good chunk of Italian media, he blames his difficulties on a biased press.
If that happens, Kentucky could emerge, ironically, as ground zero for a more progressive, women-friendly politics.
All this after Susan had just ironically yelled at her ex: “I can walk down the street and hold my head high!”
Sometimes, even though Hannah is, ironically, a writer, she says things that seem non-committal, distracted, or not present.
ironically, this flick is what sparked the relationship and eventual engagement of costars Cyrus and Hemsworth.
ironically enough, they did much to familiarize the revisers with the Rhemish version and its merits.
"Unless you think that it was to save Blake," he said ironically.
"It is pleasant to have something agreeable to look forward to," she replied, ironically suggestive.
When I saw her she condoled with me ironically on the mishap that had befallen my friend.
Decoud murmured to him ironically: "Those gentlemen talk about their gods."