oxymoron [ok-si-mawr-on, -mohr-]
noun, plural oxymora [ok-si-mawr-uh, -mohr-uh], oxymorons. Rhetoric
1. a figure of speech by which a locution produces an incongruous, seemingly self-contradictory effect, as in “cruel kindness” or “to make haste slowly.”.
Origin: 1650-60; < Late Latin oxymorum < presumed Greek *oxýmōron, neuter of *oxýmōros sharp-dull, equivalent to oxý (s) sharp (see oxy-1) + mōrós dull (see moron )
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