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Oxymoron pronunciation

This question is closed for not including research. Is this because the specific dictionaries are not cited?

I think the question is fine, if that is the only problem.

I think it should be reopened.

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  • ? You're still a mod, you could have opened it single handedly. In a similar vein, why are so many on-topic questions, from 10 years ago to this recent one, being voted to be closed nowadays?
    – Mari-Lou A
    Feb 15 at 23:44
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    @Mari-LouA it is frowned upon for a mod to override a community closed question. Feb 16 at 6:24
  • Three votes in favour of closing barely constitutes "community" driven; however, a mod is elected by the community. They are trusted to do the right thing (most of the time!) 😊
    – Mari-Lou A
    Feb 16 at 6:31

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I agree and the question is now opened.

It's easy to say that different people pronounce a word differently, but it's not always easy to explain who or especially why. But the top answer does that and the process to get there certainly wasn't as trivial as looking it up.

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