unironic

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adjective un·iron·ic \ˌən-ˌī-ˈrä-nik also -i-ˈrä-\

Definition of unironic

  1. :  not ironic; especially :  not using or given to irony :  sincere … on the topic of medals and awards he is totally unironic—he takes them seriously … — Paul Fussell

unironically

play \ˌən-ˌī-ˈrä-ni-k(ə-)lē also -i-ˈrä-\ adverb The first album was easygoing and frequently humorous, but it was also bracingly direct and … unironically passionate. — Greg Sandow

1938

First Known Use of unironic

1938


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