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conflicting

[kuhn-flik-ting]
adjective
being in conflict or disagreement; not compatible: conflicting viewpoints.

Origin:
1600–10; conflict + -ing2

conflictingly, adverb
nonconflicting, adjective
unconflicting, adjective
unconflictingly, adverb
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conflicting (kənˈflɪktɪŋ)
 
adj
clashing; contradictory: conflicting rumours
 
conflictingly
 
adv

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conflict
c.1430, from L. conflictus, pp. of confligere "to strike together," from com- "together" + fligere "to strike" (see afflict). The noun also dates from mid-15c. Psychological sense of "incompatible urges in one person" is from 1859 (hence conflicted, pp. adj.); Phrase conflict
of interest was in use by 1743.
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conflict con·flict (kŏn'flĭkt')
n.
A psychic struggle between opposing or incompatible impulses, desires, or tendencies.

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