contradictory

[ kon-truh-dik-tuh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF contradictory

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONTRADICTORY

She stated the fact as one without a hint of any contradictory possibility.

The Cherub waited for an explanation of these contradictory remarks.

Contradictory rumours were abroad on the subject of his hair.

The answers to this question were various and contradictory.

The most contradictory rumors are in circulation about Stanton.

What a variety of contradictory theories, which are all apparently sound!

Contradictory reports about the boy have reached the missionaries.

In the Republic the ideas are spoken of in two ways, which though not contradictory are different.

She wished that she was not so tired, so open to contradictory impressions.

As a matter of fact, he knows that the contradictory proposition is true.

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