Examples of conflicting in a Sentence
conflicting reports from the witnesses at the scene
Recent Examples of conflicting from the Web
In the past year or so, two separate federal appeals courts have issued conflicting rulings on Title VII.
Jordan expertly communicates these conflicting motivations, tapping into the same angst and longing that lent pathos and an unusual depth to his portrayals of Wallace in The Wire and Oscar Grant in Coogler’s debut film, Fruitvale Station.
The budget sent conflicting signals, calling for both increases and reductions in spending at a time when Congress appears less inclined to take direction from the White House on economic matters.
The dispute between politician and athlete, which has now been recounted in lengthy, conflicting detail by all sides, began on Jan. 17.
The potential series explores crime through the unique and often conflicting perspectives of cops and killers, witnesses and victims, friends and family.
The membership has since receded to about 1,600, which Richard Alberta attributes to multiple, sometimes conflicting factors.
College campuses should be a place where students can explore their beliefs, debate conflicting ideas, and find common ground.
But after conflicting rulings, some cities have begun turning them back on.
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First Known Use of conflicting
at odds, at variance;
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