Derisively and Ironically


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Derisively adverb – In a disrespectful and mocking manner.
Ironically and derisively are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Ironically" instead an adverb "Derisively".
Nearby Words: derision, derisive, derisiveness
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Ironically adverb – In an ironic manner.
Derisively and ironically are semantically related. You can use "Derisively" instead an adverb "Ironically".
Nearby Words: ironic, irony, ironical
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  • Russian Fashion Ironically, by the same time their wearers has noted the Sukhomlinov Effect in action (frankly, the caps started to look ridiculous) and begun a backlash against them, derisively naming them "Pinochet's hats", and throttling down on size and trim.
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