Definition of Antilogy

1. n. A contradiction between any words or passages in an author.



Definition of Antilogy

1. Noun. (rhetoric) A contradiction in related terms or ideas. Usually an inconsistency in syllogisms, of a person or group supposedly of one set of ideals. ¹

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Definition of Antilogy

1. a contradiction in terms or ideas [n -GIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Antilogy

antilitter
antilittering
antilobium
antilocalization
antilock
antilock brake
antilog
antilogarithm
antilogarithmic
antilogarithms
antilogging
antilogical
antilogies
antilogous
antilogs
antilogy (current term)
antiloimic
antiloimics
antiloitering
antilopine
antilopine kangaroo
antilopine wallaby
antilopine wallaroo
antilottery
antilove
antiluetic
antiluetics
antiluteogenic
antilymphocyte globulin
antilymphocyte serum

Literary usage of Antilogy

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1. A plain commentary on the four holy Gospels [by J.W. Burgon]. 4 vols. [in 7 by Burgon John William (1855)
""When, in conclusion, the antilogy of Scripture language is considereda; and the rebuke which our SAVIOUR administered to His Disciples on a certain ..."

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