Synonym: chastise, condition, correct, drill, exercise, groom, penalize, practice, prepare, punish, train. Similar words: principle, disc, discuss, discard, discourse, discount, disclose, discourage. Meaning: ['dɪsɪplɪn] n. 1. a branch of knowledge 2. a system of rules of conduct or method of practice 3. the trait of being well behaved 4. training to improve strength or self-control 5. the act of punishing. v. 1. train by instruction and practice; especially to teach self-control 2. punish in order to gain control or enforce obedience.
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1 Adversity is a good discipline.
2 He needs a little discipline.
3 We need good discipline in our schools.
4 Discipline was the new coach's secret weapon.
5 We won't have any breach of discipline.
6 She was equally emphatic about the importance of discipline.
7 She keeps good discipline in class.
8 A decision was taken to discipline Marshall.
9 There should be better discipline in schools.
10 It is alien to the school discipline.
11 Strict discipline is imposed on army recruits.
12 He's always harping on about lack of discipline.
13 The book gives parents advice on discipline.
14 Science is an exact discipline.
15 Lack of discipline at home meant that many pupils found it difficult to settle in to the ordered environment of the school.
16 The soldiers showed perfect discipline under the fire of the enemy.
17 Running a kitchen involves a great deal of discipline and speed.
18 Before dealing with specific cases,[www.Sentencedict.com] she spoke on the broad topic of "discipline".
19 Discipline is the rock on which the game of golf is built.
20 Order and discipline have been placed in the hands of headmasters and governing bodies.
21 Parents have the authority to discipline their children.
22 Several of the teachers were ineffectual at maintaining discipline.
23 Try to discipline yourself to write every day.
24 The soldiers showed perfect discipline under fire.
25 Vigorous youth is subjected to rigorous discipline.
26 The school was criticized for having very poor discipline.
27 The headmaster ruled the school with a stern discipline.
28 Learning poetry is a good discipline for the memory.
29 With children, it is important to achieve the right balance between love and discipline.
30 The school has a reputation for high standards of discipline.
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