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irony
used in The Bourne Supremacy

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situational irony
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
  • It's ironic, but as much as there are so many things I want to remember, there's an awful lot I'd like to forget.
    Chapter 4 (32% in)
ironic = when what happens is very different than what might be expected
  • It was ironic, in a way, for initially Mo had not been one of the government doctors; the psychiatrist had neither sought nor been offered security clearance to hear the classified details of David Webb's background where the lie of Jason Bourne was buried.
    Chapter 3 (9% in)

There are no more uses of "irony" flagged with this meaning in The Bourne Supremacy.

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  • It's the ultimate irony, the patriarch's final vengeance — Hong Kong will be controlled by the very men who corrupted Nationalist China.
    Chapter 2 (85% in)
  • Webb fled to Saigon, consumed with rage, and, ironically, through the efforts of the CIA officer named Conklin, who years later tried to kill him, joined a clandestine operations outfit called Medusa.
    Chapter 2 (56% in)
  • Jesus, the irony!
    Chapter 7 (16% in)
  • I'm the one he came to kill, and in keeping with his perverse sense of irony and revenge, he decided to do it by leaving the corpse of your assassin on Victoria Peak.
    Chapter 36 (86% in)

There are no more uses of "irony" in The Bourne Supremacy.

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