KJV Dictionary Definition: contradict
CONTRADICT, v.t. L., to speak.
1. To oppose by words; to assert the contrary to what has been asserted, or to deny what has been affirmed.
It is not lawful to contradict a point of history known to all the world.
The Jews--spoke against those things which were spoken by Paul, contradicting and blaspheming. Acts 13.
2. To oppose; to be directly contrary to.
No truth can contradict another truth.
CONTRADICTED, pp. Opposed in words; opposed; denied.
CONTRADICTER, n. One who contradicts or denies; an opposer.
CONTRADICTING, ppr. Affirming the contrary to what has been asserted; denying; opposing.
CONTRADICTION, n. L.
1. An assertion of the contrary to what has been said or affirmed; denial; contrary declaration.
2. Opposition, whether by words, reproaches or attempts to defeat.
Consider him that endured such contradiction of sinners against himself. Hebrews 12.
3. Direct opposition or repugnancy; inconsistency with itself; incongruity or contrariety of things, words, thoughts or propositions. These theorems involve a contradiction.
If we perceive truth, we thereby perceive whatever is false in contradiction to it.
CONTRADICTIONAL, a. Inconsistent. Not in use.