Meaning of unironically in English:

unironically

adverb

See unironic

‘‘We did not have time for drama,’ he says unironically.’
  • ‘She wrote nice things about it and then compared my online presence to my actual presence, unironically demanding to know what had happened to ‘the ranting’.’
  • ‘Unconscionable facial hair was involved, as were songs in which the male member was unironically compared to a pistol.’
  • ‘How many hipsters there would have the will - or the gall - to refuse to unironically acknowledge the fabulousness of disco incarnate?’
  • ‘You always know you're in trouble when the philosophy of a film is summed up unironically in the climactic high school graduation speech.’