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

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONTRADICTING

"My dear, I am not contradicting; I am not well enough to contradict," panted poor Jenkins.

You will never prove to me, he said, that you have heard any one contradicting any one else.

Indeed, said Ctesippus; then now you may hear me contradicting Dionysodorus.

Now, you 'll oblige me by contradicting, if you ever hear, this absurd story.

You have been contradicting yourself all along and I intend to find out why.

But not caring to insult the cricket by contradicting, she changed the subject.

"You'll have to eat them if no one comes for us," said Nan, who felt like contradicting every thing just then.

This fact does not give any room for contradicting him or any right to infer that it is all imagination.

But gardeners and horticulturists, far from contradicting us, confirm our assertions.

Winter, he tells me, contradicting the poet, is his best time.