[ kuh n-flik-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF conflicted
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It conflicted with every other emotion that governed his being.

But somehow it conflicted with all Sir Bryan's articles of faith.

He was never impatient of advice even when it conflicted with his own views.

Lawton's "best" conflicted dynamically with the captain's orders.

Everything that conflicted with that authority, or with the decrees of the Church, was condemned.

That some of them conflicted about who told them to do what.

The things he had derived from the cylinders and the things he had seen, conflicted, confused him.

It thwarted him at every turn, and conflicted with all his aspirations.

Other provisions governing the establishment of agroindustrial complexes, however, conflicted with the principle of voluntarism.

We were in love and we didn't want to hear anything that conflicted with our emotions.