contradiction

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  • The contradiction between the different distance results is still a subject of research.
  • On top of the contradictions between stories, no evidence is shown in any case.
  • If the test did not lead to a contradiction, the machine would stop.
  • Particular condition of movement and the general condition of movement both are conditions under which contradictions can move.
  • Thus, the art of these women artists shows the desire to find their own space within these contradictions.
  • That's a contradiction to the life God would want you to lead.
  • He said that the laws were in contradiction to the private affairs of marriage.
  • This would explain the numerous contradictions and style-differences between these two parts.
  • This lead them to the idea that there is a contradiction between society and the individual.
  • This is one of several contradictions between the two versions of the story.
  • These attacks were due to some contradictions between his actual position and his legal standing on the issue.
  • We can then show that A must not be true by contradiction.
  • Because of these contradictions much time needed for military preparation was lost.
  • The traditional story is somewhat controversial and contains what some consider contradictions with modern research.
  • This apparent contradiction with her status as a married woman has now been resolved.
  • Contradiction is present in all things and allows all objects to exist.
  • However, it is given that B is not true, so we have a contradiction.
  • It was not their Christian ideas which first involved them in contradictions. Cited from History of Dogma, Volume 2 (of 7), by Adolph Harnack
  • Also notable are the numerous contradictions between the expanded universe and both TV series.
  • The contradictions were with respect to what he knew at the time and what he told government ministers.
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Words starting with contradiction

Meaning of contradiction

  • noun Opposition between two conflicting forces or ideas
  • noun (logic) a statement that is necessarily false
    the statement `he is brave and he is not brave' is a contradiction
  • noun The speech act of contradicting someone
    he spoke as if he thought his claims were immune to contradiction