Related formscon·tra·dic·tious·ly, adverbcon·tra·dic·tious·ness, nounun·con·tra·dic·tious, adjective
Examples from the Web for contradictious
Our next, which is very brief, is a still more striking instance of this contradictious and exclusive spirit.
There's a-many always wants to read the bit that's tore off, showin' a contradictious temper like.
I have been to see her this evening and found her of uncertain temper, and inclined to be contradictious.The Morals of Marcus Ordeyne|William J. Locke
It was simply a contradictious action, as there was no warranty for it in vert and venison.
She knew not what to make of her niece, who had suddenly become stern and contradictious.Washington Square|Henry James