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Socratic irony

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Love is like a fruit. It may look good, but you shouldn't bite in it until it's ripe.
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Noun

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Socratic irony

Plural
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Socratic irony (-)
  1. The act of asking someone a question in order to demonstrate his or her ignorance.

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