Contradict [verb]

Definition of Contradict:

be at variance with

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Sentence/Example of Contradict:

This seems to contradict other survey data showing widespread concern.

Although the Ravens used a variety of personnel sets, their heavy formations garnered national attention because they contradicted the rest of the NFL.

These scenes contradict one of the common arguments against face coverings — or more accurately, niqabs worn by some Muslim women — that they are a barrier to communication.

Thomas goes on to contradict Aristotle, in holding quod nullum ens esset nisi corpus.

The circle around did not exactly contradict him, but exhibited expressive appearances of incredulity.

Certainly, replied the shorter man; and whatever Mr. Giles says it isnt our place to contradict him.

But yet let not any man judge: and let not a man be rebuked: for thy people are as they that contradict the priest.

Somebody presumes to contradict him, and clearly proves to him that what he says is untrue.

The archdeacon, not daring to contradict the bishop, seeing the bishop spoke the truth, lowered his head in mute pain.

An alleged fact, according to this theory, is not to be believed if it contradict a complete induction.