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These are sentences which use both members of an antonym pair to convey a specific meaning.
The house was a little big, and pretty ugly too, but we got an awfully good price.
It sure gets late early here. -Yogi Berra
"The true story of a real fake." -TV show promo
Pretty soon you end up down here.
Diane was talking about her phone being on "mute": "My thing was on 'off'".
I debate whether to redeem the free carwash at the corner station on
the way home. Usually I decide against it because it's not very far
home from there and I didn't want my car to dry wet (and leave spots).
Google will soon, if it hasn't already, cross the line from luxury to
necessity. It permits me to be much less rigorous about remembering
things, just like speed dial, so I guess it's evil. But it's a good
Wi-Fi deployments in outdoor broadband are fast slowing as application
specific gear [...is ] increasing dramatically in scope and scale.
[Product] is pro-antioxidant.
Regarding puns, the worse the better.
Keep it down up there!
We were given leave to enter.
Clear policies that employees have signed off on
leave little room for quibbling.