young adult

Discuss this oxymoron in the comments below.


  • Hailey

    It seems as if no one likes to make comments.

  • Hailey

    It seems as if no one likes to make comments.

  • Frank Carr

    “Young adult,” like many oxymora, is relative and refers generally to a late teen, 20s, or 30s; as opposed to “middle-age” (40s & 50s), and the “elderly” (60s+).