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(a combination of cosmic and ironic)

1. Of or relating to the regions of the ironic universe distinct from the sincere Earth.

2. Of or relating to the regions of the sincere universe distinct from the ironic Earth.

3. Poignantly and infinitely or inconceivably contrary to what was expected or intended.

4. Inconceivably extended irony; vast irony.

5. Irony of fate.

--cos·mi·ro·ny \kŏz'mˈī-rə-nē also kŏz'mˈī(-ə)r-nē\ noun
(cosmic irony)
"It seems somehow cosmironic that I lost my cell phone, my laptop, AND my PDA within the same week."

"The cosmironic 'silver lining in every cloud' is nothing more than an optical illusion created by light refracting through airborne pollutants."

"Cruel cosmironic jokes played by God at our expense (Beethoven's loss of hearing, eg.)."

"Isn't it cosmironic? Don't cha think?"
by Pascalawag August 24, 2009
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