Of statements that contradict themselves, ultimately logically corrupting the statement.(adjective)
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Use "self-contradictory" in a sentence
"Until I see you even once denounce the shrieky eliminationism that is the stock-in-trade of your political coreligionists -- some examples are compiled here, and there are several more recent ones -- I, for one, can do without your Pecksniffian faux-outrage about a throwaway and self-contradictory Twitter comment."
"Put another way, this self-contradictory assassin is actually more of a Marxist than McCollum, who actually wants to end frivolous government spending on, you know, stock car races."
"So what if Avatar has a vapid lowest-common-denominator self-contradictory moralistic message?"