Romeo and Juliet

Verbal irony in romeo and juliet act 2?

What is an example of verbal irony in Romeo and juliet in act 2

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Romeo's declaration, during the Act 2 balcony scene, that "My life were better ended by their hate,Than death prorogued, wanting of thy love."

It is ironic that he would rather die violently from Capulet wrath than by missing Juliet.