Definition of Ironised

1. Verb. (past of ironise) ¹



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Definition of Ironised

1. ironise [v] - See also: ironise

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ironised

ironical
ironically
ironicalness
ironicalnesses
ironick
ironier
ironies
ironiest
ironing
ironing basket
ironing board
ironing boards
ironingroom
ironings
ironise
ironised (current term)
ironiser
ironises
ironish
ironising
ironism
ironist
ironists
ironize
ironized
ironizes
ironizing
ironlike
ironmaker
ironmakers

Literary usage of Ironised

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Nineteenth Century (1890)
"It jested with Fronsac, speculated with Montesquieu, ironised with Voltaire, cried with Manon Lescaut, and loved everywhere. The depths of pessimism were ..."

2. Primitive Music: An Inquiry Into the Origin and Development of Music, Songs by Richard Wallaschek (1893)
"During these dances a good deed is as much praised as a wrong one is ironised, so that Mr. Rochon says of them : " Les jeux sont des le£ons utiles; ..."

3. Primitive Music: An Inquiry Into the Origin and Development of Music, Songs by Richard Wallaschek (1893)
"During these dances a good deed is as much praised as a wrong one is ironised, so that Mr. Rochon says of them : " Les jeux sont des ..."

4. The Nineteenth Century (1890)
"It jested with Fronsac, speculated with Montesquieu, ironised with Voltaire, cried with Manon Lescaut, and loved everywhere. The depths of pessimism were ..."

5. Primitive Music: An Inquiry Into the Origin and Development of Music, Songs by Richard Wallaschek (1893)
"During these dances a good deed is as much praised as a wrong one is ironised, so that Mr. Rochon says of them : " Les jeux sont des le£ons utiles; ..."

6. Primitive Music: An Inquiry Into the Origin and Development of Music, Songs by Richard Wallaschek (1893)
"During these dances a good deed is as much praised as a wrong one is ironised, so that Mr. Rochon says of them : " Les jeux sont des ..."

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