This pure zeal for the establishment and general admission of the truth is usually termed 'contradictoriness.'
And she was tormented by the contradictoriness of everything.
As soon, however, as one understands the cause of it, this contradictoriness is seen to be more apparent than actual.
I have not touched on a hundredth part of their contradictoriness, which makes the Irish so eternally unexpected and interesting.
But I venture to hope that there are some Buddhists among my readers who will wish the contradictoriness of his actions explained.
A mere common school education is quite sufficient for comprehension of the contradictoriness of these two uses of the word.
1530s, "mutually opposed, at variance," from Late Latin contradictorius "containing a contradiction or objection," from contradictus, past participle of contradicere (see contradiction). Meaning "fond of contradicting" is from 1891. Used earlier as a noun (late 14c.).