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1. having the nature of a paradox; self-contradictory.

2. Medicine/Medical . not being the normal or usual kind:

Sometimes, par·a·dox·al.
Stimulants are a paradoxical, albeit effective, medication used for certain forms of hyperactivity.
by Bobby Joe Parker November 9, 2013
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a statement that appears to be self-contradictory but may actually be true
You can't change who you are unless you want to, but whether you want to is part of who you are. Some paradox.
by yorrick hunt January 24, 2008
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If Pinocchio said, "My nose will grow now!" and his nose didn't grow, then he would have told a lie... But his nose grows when he lies. Since his nose would have grown, it would be a paradox because his nose grew even though he told the truth.
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1. self-contradictoriness of logical conclusions deriving from the same logical conclusions.

2. also what you would call a highly oxymoroned town.
That the liar says he tells the truth is full of paradoxicity.
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A situation that would seem true or possible but at the same time is false or not possible.
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I went back in time and accidentally killed myself, but I'm not gone because since I was never born. I never came back and killed myself, so that means I'm still alive in the future to come back in time and kill myself, which is why I'm here, having just killed myself and restarted the vicious cycle. I'm stuck in a Paradox.
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