subcontrariety

noun sub·contrariety \"+\

Definition of subcontrariety

  1. :  the relation existing between subcontrary propositions in logic :  the relation of two propositions with identical terms which is such that both may be true but both cannot be false — see opposition 2a(2)

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Origin and Etymology of subcontrariety

from 1subcontrary, after English contrary : contrariety


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