When you believe the answer is yes and someone else believes the answer is no, this is an example of a situation where you have contradictory opinions.
- involving a contradiction; inconsistentalso con·tra·dic′tive
- inclined to contradict or deny
Origin of contradictoryMiddle English contradictorie ; from Late Latin contradictorius
- something that contradicts; an opposite
- Logic either of two proportions so related that only one can be true and, likewise, only one can be false
- Involving, of the nature of, or being a contradiction: contradictory reports about the vaccine's effectiveness. See Synonyms at opposite.
- Given to contradicting: The contradictory council members often ended up squabbling.
nounpl. con·tra·dic·to·ries Logic
(comparative more contradictory, superlative most contradictory)