- n. Alternative plural form of oxymoron.
“The celebration of oxymora is central to the politico-linguistic discipline commonly known as “political correctness”.”
“We have a lot of funny-but-not-ha-ha-funny oxymora in sex, too, and a recent study by professor Juan Carlos Sierra Friere of the University of Granada has reminded me of one of the most common misconceptions we (still!)”
“If the concept of animated photographs doesn’t satisfy your daily need for oxymora, well… what about ...”
“If the concept of animated photographs doesn’t satisfy your daily need for oxymora, well… what about creation science?”
“The SubGenius is an Oxymoron who speaks in slangs and oxymora. so it doesn’t matter what you say or who hears you say it.”
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