Situational Irony Definition
SITUATIONAL IRONY Situational irony is the difference between what is expected to happen in a story or play, and what actually occurs.
David, the King's spy, runs in to stop the wedding before the princess can marry the peasant pretending to be a prince.
STOP! This man is posing as a prince! He is an impostor!
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