Definition of unironic in English:

unironic

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adjective

  • Not ironic.
    More example sentences
    • I hear from New York that unironic is the new ironic.
    • Where today's celebration of nature uses language in an unironic slideshow of clichés the Romantics recognised only failure: words, corpses.
    • But it's such an infuriatingly bland blend of pop-psychology, unironic platitudes and meandering rock, I wouldn't stop at politely sweeping it under the rug.

Derivatives

unironically

adverb
More example sentences
  • ‘We did not have time for drama,’ he says unironically.
  • She wrote nice things about it and then compared my online presence to my actual presence, unironically demanding to know what had happened to ‘the ranting’.
  • Unconscionable facial hair was involved, as were songs in which the male member was unironically compared to a pistol.

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