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  1. 2. original copy 3. old news 4. act naturally 5. pretty ugly 6. living dead 7. jumbo shrimp 8. rolling stop 9. constant variable exact estimate paid volunteers civil war sound of silence clever fool only choice CONTRIBUTING WRITERS: Helen Davies, Marjorie Dorfman, Mary Fons, Deborah Hawkins, Martin Hintz, Linnea Lundgren, David Priess, Julia Clark Robinson, Paul Seaburn.
  2. Feb 14,  · Good thing others have answered this question, as I wouldn't have understood this question otherwise. Like one of the other people who answered this question stated, some oxymorons would include “Hot N’ Cold” by Katy Perry & “The Sound(s) of Silen.
  3. 2. Put in the letters that you have into the filter box. Place a space between any letters that are "NOT" connected. For example, " A CD " will filter any phrases that contain an A and a "CD". 3. Narrow down possibilities by considering numbers of Words and Letters. 4. Win and have fun. Optional: submit your answers while playing!
  4. Oxymoron, a word or group of words that is self-contradicting, as in bittersweet or plastic moufirsfundcalgude.leiweaniniturlereehephanaradoct.infoinfoons are similar to such other devices as paradox and antithesis and are often used in poetry and other literature.. One of the most famous examples of the use of oxymorons is the following speech by Romeo from William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
  5. OXYMORON Vinyl Records and CDs Street Punk band from Erlangen, Germany since Oxymoron Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts.
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  8. Oxymoron was a German punk rock band formed in The band was founded by Sucker and his cousin Björn, along with two friends, Martin and Filzlaus.
  9. Oxymoron plays a significant part in written and spoken English for a number of reasons. For starters, it challenges a reader in understanding speeches, poems, prose, and other forms of literature that consist of terms and phrases that seemingly oppose each other, but upon closer inspection, make perfect sense.