Contrariety

Con`tra*ri"e*ty

(?) n.;
pl. Contrarieties (#).
[L. contrarietas: cf. F. contrarit.] 1. The state or quality of being contrary; opposition; repugnance; disagreement; antagonism.
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There is a contrariety between those things that conscience inclines to, and those that entertain the senses.
South.
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2. Something which is contrary to, or inconsistent with, something else; an inconsistency.
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How can these contrarieties agree?
Shak.

Syn. -- Inconsistency; discrepancy; repugnance.
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