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CC Antya 18.99

atiśayokti, virodhābhāsa,dui alaṅkāra prakāśa,
kari’ kṛṣṇa prakaṭa dekhāila
yāhā kari’ āsvādana,
ānandita mora mana,
netra-karṇa-yugma juḍāila
Synonyms: 
atiśaya-ukti — exaggerated language; virodha-ābhāsa — incongruent analogy; dui alaṅkāra — two metaphors; prakāśa — manifestations; kari’ — making; kṛṣṇa — Lord Kṛṣṇa; prakaṭa — exhibited; dekhāila — showed; yāhā — which; kari’ āsvādana — tasting; ānandita — pleased; mora mana — My mind; netra-karṇa — of eyes and ears; yugma — the couples; juḍāila — became satisfied.
Translation: 
Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu continued, “In His pastimes, Kṛṣṇa displayed the two ornaments of hyperbole and reverse analogy. Tasting them brought gladness to My mind and fully satisfied My ears and eyes.