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    • Shy individuals’ interpretations of counterfactual verbal irony 

      Mewhort-Buist, Tracy A.; Nilsen, Elizabeth S. (Taylor & Francis, 2017-10-31)
      Counterfactual verbal irony, an evaluative form of figurative language wherein a speaker’s intended meaning is opposite to the literal meaning of his or her words, is used to serve many social goals. Despite recent calls ...


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