Romeo and Juliet

What is an example of irony in Romeo and Juliet

In act 3 scene 2

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Juliet's nurse weeps at the news of Tybalt's death, but Juliet assumes it was Romeo that was killed. Ironically, she feels so much better when she finds out that it was her cousin rather than Romeo.