Definition of Ironises

1. Verb. (third-person singular of ironise) ¹



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Definition of Ironises

1. ironise [v] - See also: ironise

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ironises

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

Literary usage of Ironises

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

1. The Works of W. E. Henley by William Ernest Henley, Robert Louis Stevenson (1908)
"But literature is not all great; and outside the pleasaunce, where Fielding ironises with Cervantes, and Shakespeare discusses an intonation with Dickens, ..."

2. The Panoplist, Or, the Christian's Armory (1808)
"To us,too, through the medium of our Christian fathers, are made the same promises, which were made to the Hebrew fathers ; for t fie /ironises ..."

3. A Short and Plain Exposition of the Old Testament, with Devotional and by Job Orton (1806)
"... which [were] in the day that the foundation of the house D Г the LORD of hosts was laid, that the temple might be built ; those comfortable/ironises, ..."

4. Francis Bacon of Verulam: Realistic Philosophy and Its Age by Kuno Fischer (1857)
"However, it is not faith, but himself, that Bayle ironises, when he lays down the weapons of philosophy. ..."

5. The Jurist by Great Britain Courts (1865)
"The bill is filed by the srs of the freehold conjointly with the tenants of ironises. The premises consist, in point of apuse* and extent, ..."

6. The Works of W. E. Henley by William Ernest Henley, Robert Louis Stevenson (1908)
"But literature is not all great; and outside the pleasaunce, where Fielding ironises with Cervantes, and Shakespeare discusses an intonation with Dickens, ..."

7. The Panoplist, Or, the Christian's Armory (1808)
"To us,too, through the medium of our Christian fathers, are made the same promises, which were made to the Hebrew fathers ; for t fie /ironises ..."

8. A Short and Plain Exposition of the Old Testament, with Devotional and by Job Orton (1806)
"... which [were] in the day that the foundation of the house D Г the LORD of hosts was laid, that the temple might be built ; those comfortable/ironises, ..."

9. Francis Bacon of Verulam: Realistic Philosophy and Its Age by Kuno Fischer (1857)
"However, it is not faith, but himself, that Bayle ironises, when he lays down the weapons of philosophy. ..."

10. The Jurist by Great Britain Courts (1865)
"The bill is filed by the srs of the freehold conjointly with the tenants of ironises. The premises consist, in point of apuse* and extent, ..."

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