Discipline [noun]

Definition of Discipline:

regimen, training

Opposite/Antonyms of Discipline:

Sentence/Example of Discipline:

Great discipline is taking place in China, as President Xi strongly leads what will be a very successful operation.

The discipline, drive, and sacrifices required to win—and to consistently stay at the top—resonated with me in Novak Djokovic’s Serve to Win.

It doesn’t mean you have to follow it exactly, but keeping a steady calendar has a way of sharpening discipline.

While she defended Germany’s borrowing binge, Merkel showed that her government aims to maintain as much budget discipline as possible.

The new commission, if approved, would have the ability to recommend discipline for officers, but those decisions would ultimately rest with the police chief.

It was more than simple SEO, this process created a library of diverse expertise that added depth to topics covering dozens of creative disciplines.

Last, she said she would like to continue training principals about how to handle discipline issues.

So, different disciplines look at happiness in different ways.

Tim brings significant experience in the online and traditional marketing disciplines from both the customer and agency perspectives.

That portion of algebra is then very widely used in other disciplines to open up many other problems.