prove negative; show to be false. (made up by Atmosphere's Slug)
"The last time I felt as sick and contradictive as this
Was the last time we played a show in Cinnci'"
by KittehxKaBOOM November 13, 2007
A reoccurring happening of two simultaneous events with the premise that both events are polar oppossites to one another, where the result of the matter is physically a stalemate but morally, one side prevails glaringly over the other.
Life is a mixture of Contradicting Contradictions, a mixture of Hope and Despair.
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by Oxxy_Montalvy November 13, 2016
noun. an ominpotent ruler or authority figure who denies what he/she believes either through actions or words.
We are forced to suffer under the rule of a contradictator.
by Tim Kendel October 20, 2006
noun. an ominpotent ruler or authority figure who denies what he/she believes either through actions or words.
We are forced to suffer under the rule of a contradictator.
by mit lednek September 30, 2006
Taking screenshots of your Ex's pictures while telling her you're trying to move on at the same time.
I don't know what's up with A, he's been taking screenshots of his ex girlfriend's pictures now, textbook example of contradiction.
by Whitewitch April 15, 2018
Inconsistance, to oppose.
The two contradicted each other.
by Larstait November 14, 2003
A contradiction is two propositions used in combination where one makes the other impossible. It is something that is A and non-A at the same time. A contradiction, therefore, cannot exist in reality, since existence exists (whereas a contradiction could not possibly exist). In the cognitive process, reaching a contradiction as a conclusion or evaluation of reality is proof of an error in one's thinking.
A square circle is a contradiction in terms. It cannot even be imagined.

"Anyone who denies the law of non-contradiction should be beaten and burned until he admits that to be beaten is not the same as not to be beaten, and to be burned is not the same as not to be burned." (Avicenna, Medieval Philosopher)
by Ryan Gonet April 7, 2007