Contradicted Definition

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1. All evening her husband contradicted everything she said. 1
2. All these contradicted not only the principle of "managing together" and "seeking collective interest", but also the spirit of helping the poor and the unprivileged . This website 1
3. As far as restarting the musical life in Vienna was concerned, we had the problem that the occupying forces often contradicted each other. 1
4. Critics describe the mayor as an arrogant bully who hates to be contradicted. 1
5. Dad just can't bear to be contradicted. 1
6. During questioning, Robinson contradicted himself several times. 1
7. Either explanation contradicted the predictions of the steady state theory. 1
8. Fitzpiers contradicted this idea in his most vibratory tones. 1
9. Galileo's observations contradicted centuries-old dogma. 1
10. Galileo's view contradicted Church doctrine of the time that the earth was in a fixed position. 1
11. He always flies into a tantrum when he's contradicted. 1
12. Her eyes, however, betrayed that perfect confidence which contradicted the girlish simplicity of this modest attire. 1
13. Her words contradicted her deeds. 1
14. However, over the weekend, the deputy Leader of the Opposition contradicted that. 1
15. I don't want a change! I want Swiss cheese. Why am I always being contradicted? 1
16. If it is found to be contradicted by observation well these experimentalists do bungle things sometimes. 1
17. In social terms the modern era contradicted the moral idea to which Americans were attached. 1
18. In terms of the value subjects, the diversification of ideal value subjects is contradicted with the limitation of orienting the actual subject value. 1
19. It is also true that the two main Opposition parties have energy policies which are flatly contradicted by their environmental policies. 1
20. Johnson contradicted this, believing the comparisons would talk both books into greater prominence. 1
21. Leaving the adoption of slavery up to the individual states directly contradicted the Missouri Compromise, which barred the extension of slavery into new states. 1
22. Mr Robins, suffering from selective amnesia about his role in the affair, was contradicted in nearly every instance by other witnesses. 1
23. Only one factor contradicted the cultivated bourgeois image - Georgos'hands. 1
24. Our objective measures of light intensity would be discarded if they universally gave answers that contradicted our subjective experiences. 1
25. Pavlov's allegations contradicted earlier official statements which portrayed the currency confiscation as an attack on black marketeers and excess money supply. 1
26. Smith gave an account that contradicted the woman's tearful testimony last week. 1
27. Some thought them false because they often contradicted what would be seen with the naked eye. 1
28. St Augustine (354-430), a major authority for both Catholics and Protestants, insisted that if a biblical text contradicted reputable science, it must be interpreted allegorically. 1
29. That optimism was immediately contradicted by Haider's provocative comments. 1
30. The crucial point is that the structure of the bourgeois family flatly contradicted that of bourgeois society. 1

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