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a situation or statement that may be true but is surprising or seems impossible because parts of it seem to contradict each other
  • Paradoxically, the following day Will was in good form—unusually talkative, opinionated, belligerent.
    p. 128.1
  • That if the girl failed with her ranches and her bungee jumping and hot tubs and what have you, she would paradoxically be setting me free.
    p. 326.9

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