unironically

unironically

(ˌʌnaɪˈrɒnɪkəlɪ)
adv
not in an ironic way
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It has to please kids (of course) but also, like its much-liked predecessor from 2014, it wants to be a film that adults can enjoy unironically.
These corporate farms were unironically dubbed "plantations," and the largest were truly massive: the Ontario Tobacco Plantations, financed by capitalists from Guelph and Toronto, held 1,900 acres in 1928; Windham Tobacco Plantations, with backers in Guelph and New York, owned 5,300 acres.
It was something I have been expecting to happen since Pepe the Frog first emerged from the swamp I keep hearing someone is planning to drain: a white supremacist unironically tweeted a clip from the 1972 Bob Fosse-directed musical film Cabaret, in which an angelic faced youth (or "twink," as one may prefer to call him) leads the denizens of a Berlin beer garden in a rousing singalong of a patriotic hymn with the refrain "Tomorrow Belongs To Me.
Save The Last Dance for Me (which, unironically, actually has a jukebox on stage) completes the loose trilogy, and although its characters are completely different to Dreamboats, one or two of the faces playing them might be familiar to Empire audiences.
In this sketch of "Protective Services" as an entity analogous to the US military that can be unironically mobilized by the violent white male molester to invade an Arab home in the name of rescuing Arab girls, the novel reveals how the US projects patriarchal and sexual violence onto the Middle East while disavowing those forms of violence "at home," such that the hegemonic American imagination locates perversity in the body of the Arab male (Puar 2007, 95).
She unironically emphasizes Emma's good will to the poor (C.
It was a time when mobile phones were only available in their own handy-to-carry suitcase, Watney's Red Barrel was still being drunk unironically and 3D was largely just a reference to an amount of currency.
The sisters, unironically, opted for Trademark, which aptly reflected their idea of building a collection of diverse, simple, and resolutely American wardrobe staples.
In an essay published in 1882 El Duque Job unironically declared that a woman's influence "esta cerrado por las cuatro paredes del hogar" (Obras XIV, 114).
Nobody who can say "diversity" unironically ever says that the homogeneity of opinion among our professors is a "diversity issue" suggesting that our universities might be lacking in real intellectual freedom.
However, these offences are somewhat less appalling since they are done plainly in the name of greed rather than hypocritically and unironically in the name of a loving god.
He stayed at a motel that was vintage '50s, though unironically so.