ironically in a sentence

The temple of Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love, was discovered, ironically, by a scientist named Love.

So this can, ironically, be a great time to tackle these tendencies.

Prentice, ironically, hired the ideal candidate to manage not just an overhaul, but a transition.

But the stock, ironically enough, does offer safety and stability for more conservative investors.

He said he’s hoping a high-profile movie director will eventually consider his work, even ironically.

Doc ironically pleads with Bigfoot to be professional for once, which also isn’t really what he means.

Critics ironically acquiesce in the award of generous senior executive packages.