contrariness

[ kon-trer-ee; for 5 also kuhn-trair-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF contrariness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONTRARINESS

The young were thoughtless, they had the root of evil in them, they flew into frivolity from contrariness.

And also he's a revolutionist because of the contrariness in him that artists usually have.

Some one's contrariness is responsible for nine-tenths of life's tragedies.

What contrariness has set you so intense against your own argument?

For contrariness he was more than I have ever had to deal with.

After such failures he would be downcast on account of Hans's contrariness.

I know she's awake and it's only contrariness as makes her pretend not to be.

Now, Miss Judy's hope was lost through the dorminica's contrariness.

This contrariness grows upon you apace, and must be checked at once.

But her beauty, which was radiant in the morning light, took the contrariness from her words.

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