What was ironic about President Jefferson and The Louisiana Purchase?
The louisiana purchase was jefferesons greatest accomplishment
It was ironic that Jefferson made the Louisiana purchase because making the residents of Louisiana citizens went against his own compact theory of union. It was overstepping federal powers as well.
Jefferson himself owned slaves.
The President of the Confederate States of American was Jefferson Davis. There was a northern, Union, Yankee general named Jefferson C. Davis. No relation.
"Ironic" is an often-misused word, but in this case, it is really ironic that the author of the Declaration of Independence owned slaves to run his Virginia plantation.
both born on July 16th
It was a revolutionary body, representing extreme conservative people.
Former presidents and Founding Fathers, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson died hours apart on July 4, 1826, fifty years from the day of the birth of the United States. The country's fifth president, James Monroe, another Founding Father, died on July 4, 1850.
Jefferson Davis was the President of the Confederate States of America in the Civil War, therefore it's safe to assume that he was in favor of allowing African Americans to be owned as slaves and granted very few rights. The fact that his vacated senate seat was eventually filled by the first African American senator is ironic in that the ability to participate in the government and politics was precisely the kind of power that… Read More
No (that was ironic).
He reserved the United States' right to interfere in Latin American affairs.
Because Herbert Hoover was president at the time and the Depression was blamed on him. After President Hoover. Ironic. Hoovervilles and Shantytowns were named after Herbert Hoover because it was Hoover's actions that lead to their creation.
It think plans began even before the first president was elected, but they were finalized while George Washington was in office.
The tone was ironic
Ironic is an adjective.
Their views were very different. After consolidating all the US foreign debt, the national debt and the state's debts (largely war costs), Hamilton saw the loans from Europe at 4 % instead of 6% as a breather for a few years while to give a chance for our economy to develop. He had set up a 'sinking fund' which was responsible for paying it off. Jefferson abhorred a national debt and it was a very… Read More
Tagalog Translation of IRONIC: pakutya
yes it is ironic
John F. Kennedy, which is ironic because the mob helped him barely win Illinois by illegal means
1. containing or exemplifying irony: an ironic novel; an ironic remark. 2. ironical. 3. coincidental; unexpected: It was ironic that I was seated next to my ex-husband at the dinner.
There isn't anything ironic about that..
Another word for Ironic would be Coincidental.
There was an ironic twist in the story. Hope that helped?
what is ironic about the ending of act 111
Thee was an ironic twist to the story
Ironically it has quite an ironic tone
Irony is a noun. Ironic is the adjectival form.
An ironic statement conveys a meaning that is the opposite of its literal meaning.
What was ironic about the book liesel stole
According to the online translator it is "irrisorie" or "ironice". Isn't that ironic-e?
irony is hiniku so ironic would be hiniku na
it is viewed ironic because it is really big
It was ironic when he finally had the money to buy the toy, it was all sold out. Ironic means something happening the opposite way you would think it should happen.
Yes, you sure can. Here are a few examples: It was ironic how both their names were Alex. They thought that it was ironic how she stated she was hungry as soon as they passed the restaurant.
Its ironic that the soldiers that are destroying the wolrd on the outside are in fact the rescuers of the boys.
No because an illustration for definition is not contradictory to was is expected.
Iconic- of, relating to, or of the nature of an icon. Ironic- Using or characterized by irony.
No. Not at all. Ironic means contrary to what one means or something contrary to what's expected. Cliched means overused.
it would be ironic if it were those records that condemned them.
The reason that this is ironic is that Napoleon really did not do anything to deserve having it named after him.
It was ironic because Johnny and Ponyboy were the least dangerous in the gang
He feels very strongly about it, and its ironic because he doesn't have enough information.
It's ironic that they wish their son back alive just to kill him again.
it was not ironic, it was a method of getting the Jews to do the 'dirty work'.
Thomas Jefferson and he had many bitter political battles and ran against each other twice. Later, after both retired, they patched things up and wrote to each other. And it was ironic because John Adams and Thomas Jefferson died on July 4, 1826, exactly 50 years after the Declaration of Independence, only hours apart.
It's ironic that most sentences beginning "It's ironic that ..." are not ironic. Like that one. I'll think of another nine later, whne I am feeling less cynical.
It was an ironic twist of fate for the greatest swimmer in the Olympic history-drowning in a swimming pool.
Oh, lots of things were ironic in Paton's novel Cry, the Beloved Country. Stephen Kumalo was a preacher, so his sister Gertrude being a prostitute is ironic, his son Absalom killing a man is ironic, and his brother being a godless politician is ironic, to start. I think (THINK) that James Jarvis helping Stephen Kumalo's village out when they needed rebuilding was ironic as well. However, that might just be the turning point in the… Read More
It was ironic that Patty and Susan both wore the same dress to the party. In a group of ten people, it would be ironic to find two people with the same birthday. I think you will actually find that both of these sentences are wrong. the word you should use for them are coincidence. A correct sentence would be: It was ironic that the woman married a soldier as she was against war. or… Read More