- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of contradict.
“McCain contradicts himself so much that I bet he doesn't even know who he is.”
“And there are a great many areas where the “official” account of things just plain contradicts what really happened.”
“Calling into question what he said, which the evidence contradicts, is not treasonous, rather it is patriotic because it shows that as an American you using your right s and responsibilities to ensure that we continue to have responsible government.”
“If you express doubt, your expression contradicts its content, for the doubt itself is not doubted but affirmed.”
“The expression contradicts itself; that which can be common is always of small value.”
“Realism and anti-realism no more contradict each other than Einstein's theory of relativity in German contradicts Einstein's theory of relativity in Chinese”
“As ESPN reports the call contradicts a previous statement that Meyer had checked himself in the hospital.”
“The thing that puzzles our souls about radiation poisoning is the way the very word contradicts its message.”
“Erick talks excitedly about his recent trip to Disney World, but his blank, emotionless facial expression contradicts his mood and puzzles his conversation partners.”
“That kind of contradicts the nobility of giving back to the community.”
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