The dictionary describes oxymoron as "a rhetorical figure in which incongruous or contradictory terms are combined". Contrary to popular belief, the oxymoron is not a mentally challenged steer. In plain English, it's putting words together that, by definition, cancel each other out I know what you're still confused, so let's use a "constructive attitude" and see if I am able to explain things better than "educational television" can.
Sometimes we make the oxymoron make sense to us like saying "healthy chocolate". But think about the oxymoron, "Deafening silence". How can one have "deafeni…
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