is there any word that means *precisely* the opposite of "oxymoron"? "redundant" works but it's not specific enough...
@ECrownofFire "oxymoron" means "a figure of speech in which apparently contradictory terms appear in conjunction".
What is the precise opposite of that?
@phoe well an oxymoron is something that is inherently contradictory, most commonly an adjective-noun combination
I'm looking for a word or term to describe something like "round circle". it's redundant, but in a way where the nature of the noun includes the adjective
the example that led to this was "mischievous fae", and I jokingly called that redundant, but I'm trying to find a more precise term
it's all in the name of comedy, of course :P
@phoe ooh now there's a fun word!
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