English version

heavy irony/sarcasm

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishheavy irony/sarcasmheavy irony/sarcasmVERYremarks that very clearly say the opposite of what you really feel heavy
Examples from the Corpus
heavy irony/sarcasmThe intention is to curb the spread of package-tour baroque and heavy irony.As the magazine with heavy sarcasm reported: Lady Betty adopted her new career with relish.
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