Conflicting [adjective]

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Becerra also gave them shifting, often conflicting, information regarding the FDA emergency use authorization, which the tests still lacked despite the judge’s apparent homemade order.

Companies were sometimes faced with unclear and conflicting directives.

One way this can happen is if she is a member of different social groups with conflicting standards.

Some of the latest studies emerging from other countries tell conflicting stories.

In fact, poverty alleviation and environmental protection are often viewed as conflicting goals, says Paul Ferraro, an economist and behavioral scientist at Johns Hopkins University.

Could he not fill him up with conflicting alcohols, and see what inebriety would do for him?

But among the conflicting sensations which assailed her, there was neither shame nor remorse.

But the conflicting versions of the situation, published severally by Jaramillo and Montero, sorely puzzled the natives.

When he reached his own little room, he sat for some time, distracted by conflicting thoughts.

Norman's indignation had quite revived him, and Margaret was much entertained with the conflicting opinions.