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irony
used in A Great and Terrible Beauty

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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
  • The great irony is that we told him the truth. And now we'll be punished for it.
    Chapter 33 (24% in)
irony = when what happens is very different than what might be expected
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