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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishself-contradictoryˌself-contraˈdictory adjective  DIFFERENTcontaining two opposite statements or ideas that cannot both be true
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self-contradictoryIn the last analysis, it is illogical because it is self-contradictory.It sounds awkward, almost self-contradictory.Once more, though, the poem reveals a play of language which render meaning unstable and even self-contradictory.Practice, like all other abstract modes of experience, is ultimately self-contradictory.It was magnificent; but it was nonsense, and self-contradictory nonsense.
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