That contradicts something, such as an argument. (adjective)
That is itself a contradiction. (adjective)
That is diametrically opposed to something. (adjective)
Mutually exclusive. (adjective)
Tending to contradict or oppose, contrarious (adjective)
Any of a pair of propositions, that cannot both be true or both be false. (noun)
Examples of word contradictory
Mr. Morellet, who grew up in the western French town of Cholet, where he still lives, never went to art school and has always cultivated what he calls "contradictory tastes."
Mrs Coetzer was reacting to what she termed contradictory statements issued by Ms Metcalfe about the payment of school fees at State schools and State-aided schools.
Chagoya intentionally places the religious iconography in contradictory, unexpected and sometimes controversial contexts.
But this process, even when it ends up being contradictory, is a great way of clearing my head and getting my ideas together and clearly.
Karima Keyek, the aspiring Moroccan model who accused Berlusconi of a range of improprieties in contradictory statements reported by the Italian press, has apologized to the prime minister as he faces calls to resign, according to the Telegraph.