Examples of conflicting in a Sentence
conflicting reports from the witnesses at the scene
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McConnell has so far failed to unify his caucus and bring a bill to a vote after moderates and conservatives defected over conflicting objections to the plans.
Many Somali community members who spoke to The Associated Press were mourning over Damond’s death, but the talk at local coffee shops turned to confusion and conflicting feelings about Noor’s involvement.
Now as to when Apple will officially release the iPhone 8, that remains subject to a number of conflicting reports.
Although national security should be the primary concern of the White House, the president and his surrogates insist on degrading the news organizations working to report the story, while disseminating yet another grab-bag of conflicting messages.
Not only did the company get conflicting information about the origin of the pieces, its representatives never met or spoke with the dealer who supposedly owned them, according to the complaint.
But these two types of DNA tell seemingly conflicting tales.
The third movement began with soft music in the strings, only to be surprisingly interrupted by horns barking out a conflicting chord — a powerful moment that Francis and company played for maximum effect.
And just like in Toni Henthorn's case 17 years later, Harold Henthorn told a number of conflicting stories.
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