Ironical Related Quotes
He saw that it was an ironical thing for him to be running thus toward that which he had been at such pains to avoid.
No one, evidently, except me has found "No Alarms" poem ironical that an obsessive theme in my writing was - and has continued to be - not being able to write.
“Great Salt Lake is an ironical joke of nature - water that is itself more desert than a desert.”
You ought to be ironical the minute you get out of bed. You ought to wake up with your mouth full of pity.
When the first settlers landed on American shores, the difficulties in finding or making shelter must have seemed ironical as well as almost unbearable.
America is not only big and rich, it is mysterious; and its capacity for the humorous or ironical concealment of its interests matches that of the legendary inscrutable Chinese.
We are these people, wistful, ironical, wilful, who have no part in new-world reconstruction, in the confederacy of labour.
At home in Ireland, there's a habit of avoidance, an ironical attitude towards the authority figure.
There was a time when one looked over one's shoulder with an ironical smile at the photographer and when photography as a profession seemed almost invariably a target for ridicule. That time is now over.