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CC Adi 2.87

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada


viruddhārtha kaha tumi, kahite kara roṣa
tomāra arthe avimṛṣṭa-vidheyāṁśa-doṣa


viruddha-artha—contrary meaning; kaha—say; tumi—you; kahite—pointing out; kara—you do; roṣa—anger; tomāra—your; arthe—in the meaning; avimṛṣṭa-vidheya-aṁśa—of the unconsidered predicate portion; doṣa—the fault.


“You say something contradictory and become angry when this is pointed out. Your explanation has the defect of a misplaced predicate. This is an unconsidered adjustment.