George Carlin referred to "military intelligence" as an oxymoron in one of his comedy performances.
I suppose if you take "least common" to mean that there aren't very many of something and "multiple" to mean that there are a lot of somethings, then LCM could be considered an oxymoron. That's not what they mean in this circumstance and it isn't one.
There is no antonym to oxymoron
what is an oxymoron for vaguely
what is the purpose of an oxymoron
my sister is an oxymoron
The Oxymoron was created in 2007.
what an oxymoron for basketball
Is dry water a oxymoron
The antonym of an oxymoron is a tautology. For example: "almost exactly" is an oxymoron. "Tiny little" is a tautology.
An oxymoron is a phrase that has words that counteract eachother. So working vacation is an oxymoron itself.
An oxymoron is a contradiction that contains irony.
An oxymoron of crash would be crash landing.
yes, BIG BABY is an oxymoron
Jesse Pinkman in Breaking Bad is an OxyMoron
There is no real antonym for 'oxymoron'; as close as you can come is 'synonym'.
'Peace force' would be an oxymoron with the word 'peace' in it.
Yes original copy is an oxymoron
Yes, sickly sweet is an oxymoron, an oxymoron is something that is the opposite of what your talking about, "Im the one they LOVE to HATE.
Lewis Carrol's "Shes all my fancy painted him" is an example of oxymoron. oxymoron is conjoining contradictory terms.
No. Nor is it a contradiction in terms - which is what most people mean when they say "oxymoron." An oxymoron is a deliberate rhetorical figure.
no; an oxymoron is a phrase where the words are opposites of eachother, like loud silence, same difference or living dead. even the word oxymoron is an oxymoron, it's greek for sharp blunt!
The term 'jumbo shrimp' is an example of an oxymoron. The term 'military intelligence' is not a true oxymoron, but it seems that way sometimes. He was not the first veterinarian to discover that a 'small elephant' was an oxymoron.
Yes. The common part of grammar/speech "Oxymoron", is technicality a, well, oxymoron. The first part of the phrase, "Oxy" means smart, Whereas "Moron", as we know, means dimwitted, or stupid.
"Class, please list 2 oxymoron's, and then share with the person sitting across from you." "Jumbo shrimp is an oxymoron" Danielle pointed out.