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accepted Is there a word for the extreme opposite of “irony”
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comment Is there a word for the extreme opposite of “irony”
I like the term "poetic". The problem with the word "justice" is that it has connotations of something actually happening to a person, while this is describing a general situation
Feb
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comment Is there a word for the extreme opposite of “irony”
@Matt - My view of Orwell simply comes from reading "Animal Farm" and "1984". I was seeing this as an example of what Orwell was predicting.
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asked Is there a word for the extreme opposite of “irony”
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answered Term for wordplay using adjacent repetition of homophones
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