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Oxymoron can mean:

  1. A spotty idiot who cannot rid his face of plague like acne, often in conjunction with jaundice and scurvy.
  2. Billy Mays
  3. A phrase or sentence which is inherently contradictory, e.g:

An oxymoron is therefore a contradiction in terms, such as "useful information from ED".

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