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Sentence count:177+4 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-20Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: beliefcreedSimilar words: doctorelectricelectricalelectricitystringmarineengineeringdockMeaning: ['dɒktrɪn] n. a belief (or system of beliefs) accepted as authoritative by some group or school. 
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1, The document expressed some ambivalence over the doctrine of predestination.
2, They were all committed to the doctrine of social equality.
3, Some religions include a doctrine of personal immortality.
4, He expounded traditional Calvinism with its high doctrine of church order .
5, This belief was irreconcilable with the Church's doctrine of salvation.
6, Their doctrine allows the use of violence.
7, The advocators of this erroneous doctrine are falling away.
8, He erected a new doctrine of precedent.
9, Thompson reconciled the doctrine of heat with that of mechanics in 1851.
10, If Rawls' theory is based on a doctrine of neutrality it is a doctrine of comprehensive neutrality.
11, It is important that the springboard doctrine be understood in its context.
12, The doctrine had a far-reaching, devastating impact.
13, The caveat emptor doctrine has been mitigated by the implied terms as to quality.
14, Yet company law doctrine has failed to acknowledge this.
15, The whole doctrine of res judicata was based on considerations of judicial policy, was of great importance but was not paramount.
16, The doctrine of the internality of relations gives an affirmative answer to both these questions.
17, Secondly, the courts developed the doctrine of fundamental breach of contract.
18, This doctrine is illustrated by a New York case where a student teacher was injured while participating in a donkey basketball game.
19, The Church welcomed all who were considered sound in doctrine.
20, A hundred years after Confucius died, Mencius taught and expanded Confucian doctrine.
21, The president said he would not go against sound military doctrine.
22, Its prestige also had a basis, as a political doctrine,[http://sentencedict.com/doctrine.html] in the liberal idea of self-determination.
23, An optimistic theory of evolutionary progress was surreptitiously beginning to replace the pessimistic doctrine of universal decay.
24, Dodds' argument from silence asserts the existence of a doctrine not substantiated by available evidence.
25, Now, in a healthy exercise of democracy and the idea bazaar, the tower of economic doctrine is quivering.
26, He also purported to apply the conventional collateral fact doctrine but reached a different conclusion from that of his brethren.
27, The Caspian basin, which is rich in oil and gas reserves, is central to his new foreign policy doctrine.
28, He surrendered all he had fought for, accepting even the Catholic doctrine of transubstantiation and the existence of Purgatory.
29, Tolkien, in his history of the elves, would not wish to go against what he accepted as doctrine universally true.
30, It has been a radical rallying cry ever since Lenin laid it down as doctrine.
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