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- adj. contradictory; inconsistent
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Contradictory; inconsistent.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Containing contradiction; contradictory; inconsistent; opposed.
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Get ready for four years of contradictive decisions. —
The dead man lay beside the desecration bearing a contradictive peculiarity upon his face.
– There are a few more phrases that I think could maybe be toned down: “pleading ritualism,” “unfathomable impossibility,” “illusory biology,” “contradictive peculiarity …”
The comment about Bush having more experience than Obama is a contradictive statement.
This is because the relationship is external and is contradictive to his internal being, explained Rabbi Melamed.
To first discredit scripture, and then use it as authoritative is contradictive logic.
In that book Mr. Pegg debunks a very ancient myth about the existence of some mysterious Cathar sect in the Southern territories of Provance and Languedoque, the sect which apparently took over people there and introduced its own way of life, highly contradictive to Christianity.
As he became the junior Senator from Pennsylvania his contradictive tendencies continued.
I argue that the mechanistic basis of the endosymbiotic theory is not sound and even contradictive to our current concepts of evolution.
Eventough in domestic, there showed many contradictive to the plan.
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