Wednesday, July 16, 2008

ox·y·mo·ron

ox·y·mo·ron [òksee máw ròn](plural ox·y·mo·ra [òksee máwrə] or ox·y·mo·rons) n expression with contradictory words: a phrase in which two words of contradictory meaning are used together for special effect, e.g. "wise fool" or "legal murder"
[Mid-17th century. <>


Yes, those would be my girlies- pulling nails for their daddy- in their good dresses.

2 comments:

Kat said...

So...who is the wise fool? And are you looking for a way to commit legal murder?

If it makes you feel any better...that is something my girls would do. They always want to be helpful when I need to say no...

Cookie said...

When is it going to be DONE???