[Answer] paradox

Answer: a contradiction
paradox
noun
Word Origin mid 16th century (originally denoting a statement contrary to accepted opinion): via late Latin from Greek paradoxon ‘contrary (opinion)’ neuter adjective used as a noun from para- ‘distinct from’ + doxa ‘opinion’.
Scrabble Points: 17
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Paradox definition is – a tenet contrary to received opinion. How to use paradox in a sentence. Did you know?
A paradox that puzzled a generation of solar and atomic physicists – and occasionally pitted theories from one field against the other – has been resolved. The paradox concerns the polarization of light at a specific point in the solar spectrum …
It’s simple. I leave my phone in another room I move away from all screens and I sit down. And I just sit there until I start to feel bored which happens pretty fast. I’ll let that feeling of boredom wash over me
A paradox is a logically self-contradictory statement or a statement that runs contrary to one’s expectation. It is a statement that despite apparently valid reasoning from true premises leads to a seemingly self-contradictory or a logically unacceptable conclusion.
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