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Synonyms for contradict

to refuse to admit the truth, reality, value, or worth of

to fail to be in accord

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But the Buddha just stopped and turned to face Contradictor.
As we saw in the last chapter, he was not just a contradictor; he was an amused contradictor, someone looking for "a corridor of humor" that might get him beyond the set polarity of doors open and doors shut.
The Contradictor (1 percent): Contradictors seem reserved and conservative, but inside, they're wildcats.
In all cases, he points out, the sophist appears to be a contradictor ([GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) and to teach others to be able to do the same.
The Contradictor (010): Individuals who come across as reserved and conservative to the outside world, but are actually quite effective sexual communicators.
On the contrary, the Schranz case served as an instance of the radical imbalance between their position and that of their contradictors.