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Hi, I have heard of oxymorons, but I don’t know what is exactly it’s sense and why are they made. Is anyone more informed and common with oxymorons?

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Hi, I like to hear oxymorons, as they are interesting and present a play. Oxymorons are two words that are with opposite meanings to each other. On the first hearing, you may even think it has no sense, but when you look at the expression from the other side you will come to the meaning that is mostly very contradictory, ironic or sarcastic. For example, Sugarless Candy, candy represents something sweet and it can’t be sugarless. “Candy” and “sugarless” have opposite meanings. Or “Suicide victim”, victim is not expected to be the one that has committed a crime, so the expression is completely ironic.
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