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irony
used in For Whom the Bell Tolls

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Definition
when what happens is very different than what might be expected; or when things are together that seem like they don't belong together — especially when amusing or an entertaining coincidence
  • He lay on his side turned away from the girl and he felt her long body against his back and the touch of it now was just an irony.
    Chapter 35 (4% in)
irony = when what happens is very different than what might be expected
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