Definition of contradictorily in English:


Pronunciation /ˌkäntrəˈdikt(ə)rəlē/ /ˌkɑntrəˈdɪkt(ə)rəli/


See contradictory

‘‘They are and they aren't,’ he says, contradictorily.’
  • ‘They also contend, somewhat contradictorily, that figures showing ever higher awards are based on sketchy and unreliable information.’
  • ‘Expertise is needed, yet there is, contradictorily, a straightforwardness to the task of travelling at speed.’
  • ‘The concept of the centered structure is contradictorily coherent.’
  • ‘Of course he used them ambiguously, contradictorily and dialectically, but use them he did.’