contradictorily contradictorily  /ˌkɑn trə ˈdɪk tə rə li/


  • (adv) in a contradictory manner


  1. And it uses 3D brilliantly and seemingly contradictorily--to achieve both hyper-reality and an air of persuasive alien-planet unreality.
  2. Perry's shows are contradictorily, and simultaneously, rude, forgiving, uplifting, demeaning.
  3. Rather contradictorily, the House leaders also voiced objections to the President's proposed reductions in Social Security benefits.


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propriety propriety
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