Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


You never were contradicted before: you had always your own way.

I explained that I had not contradicted myself, that she had not rightly interpreted my words.

But they contradicted the order for tea, and only my uncle Harlowe came up to me.

Then she stepped back, and contradicted them with a little laugh.

He contradicted Flipfield dead, before he had eaten his salmon.

But it will be objected that, logically unassailable as this position may be, it is contradicted by facts.

"Oh, but I've seen some of your work," contradicted Larcher.

In this respect the legend is contradicted by the Buddhists.

The King, I admit, did not like to be contradicted or opposed.

Every one seems to be contradicted by the new; it is only limited by the new.