An oxymoron is a figure of speech that contains words that contradict or are the opposite of each other. Oxymorons are used to exaggerate, emphasize, or create some drama for the reader.
Here are four examples of Oxymorons using the word list you provided:
1. Unbiased opinion.
2. Loud whisper.
3. Burning cold.
4. Same difference.
how much wood did the woodchuck chuck since a wood chuck can chuck wood.
btw woodchucks cant chuck wood.
the correct answer option for this is: false.
we are given the following statement 'hawthorne thought of himself as a novelist' which is false.
the truth is that nathaniel hawthorne thought of himself as a romancer, rather than a novelist.
though it is ironic of him of him to consider himself a romancer rather than a novelist despite of the innocent women killings in the salem witch trials which occurred in colonial massachusetts between 1692 and 1693 .