Thesaurus / contradict


McCann has tried to tell daters these contradicting traits generally don’t come in the same package.
He said scholarly studies can often contradict each other, which may explain why these conversations persist.
Those responses have sometimes contradicted previous guidance from the agency, leaving health care providers confused about how money can be used and what the agency would seek to claw back.
We can contradict the breach with every prayer, every policy, every sermon from every pulpit, and every call to the people.
One of his early crimes, shown in flashback, appears to contradict that code.
His family has said police obtained a no-knock warrant based on flimsy evidence, opened fire on him while he was still asleep, and then burst into his room and stomped on his neck — assertions contradicted by the report.
The announcement contradicts the privacy policy originally outlined when the government launched its TraceTogether app in March 2020 and is being criticized as a backpedal just after participation in contact tracing was made mandatory.
Completely contradicting myself from the above point, this is a rich cream that I don’t mind.
Similarly, the June 3, 2019 Google core update had a strong impact on alternative medical sites that contradicted scientific consensus.
That appears to contradict a statement the company made earlier in the day that Orion products downloaded after June didn’t contain the vulnerability.


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