unsatirical

unsatirical

(ˌʌnsəˈtɪrɪkəl)
adj
not satirical
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When Billy is being rowed off into the King's service, the satirical-allegorical author has his unsatirical prelapsarian innocent cry out, "Goodbye to you, old Rights of Man
The theory may also help explain the unsatirical elements of the abbey, such as the columns of crystal and the windows that clarify to let in more light while the monks are at their books.
I've just received your very polite apology concerning the unsatirical use of the Lomax piece.
To be sociological and very unsatirical we probably have to consider satire as an aspect of play -- that is as performance, experimentation, pretence.