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oxymoron – Ewaoluwa Ogungbire

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Oxymoron

The term oxymoron comes from Greek word whose literal translation is ‘pointedly foolish’. An oxymoron is a figure of speech in which two apparently contradictory terms appear together. We often use such phrases that combine two words with opposite meanings. Here I present a list of oxymoron that I found interesting.
1. New classic
2. Act Naturally
3. Adult children
4. Accurate rumours
5. Accurate estimate
6. All alone
7. Almost exactly
8. Almost done
9. Conventionally unconventional
10. Living dead
11. Baby giant
12. Big sip
13. Beyond infinity
14. Brief speech
15. Calm storm
16. Casual formality
17. Half full
18. Curved line
19. Dull shine
20. Daily special
21. Accurate guess
22. Exact probability
23. Exact estimate
24. Genuine fake
25. Global village
26. Green oranges
27. Guaranteed forecast
28. Icy hot
29. Inside out
30. Invisible ink
31. Free loan
32. Lamp shade
33. Larger half
34. Liquid gas
35. Little big
36. Long shorts
37. Loud silence
38. Low altitude
39. Nameless celebrity
40. Native American
41. Negative gain
42. Parallel connection
43. Partially completed
44. Perfect idiot
45. Planned dynamism
46. Precious junk
47. Press release
48. Serious fun
49. Silent noise
50. Single pair

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