contradict (v.)
oppose, go against, thwart
2H6 III.ii.252[Salisbury to King, of the commons] Free from a stubborn opposite intent, / As being thought to contradict your liking
Luc.1631[Tarquin to Lucrece] lasting shame / On thee and thine this night I will inflict / I f thou my love's desire do contradict.
RJ V.iii.153[Friar to Juliet] A greater power than we can contradict / Hath thwarted our intents.
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