axiomatic[ ak-see-uh-mat-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF axiomatic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AXIOMATIC
It was axiomatic that there had to be some sort of vertical structure to society, naturally.
We must not assume any of the rights of property as axiomatic.
This is too axiomatic to enlarge upon, but the illustration is strong.
It was axiomatic with him also that it is not tossed at once.
We call this the law of causation, and say that it is axiomatic.
We might call it a law of causation, and say that it too is axiomatic.
He had accepted it as axiomatic, I thought, that his son must be a gentleman.
Of course the real purpose of the game was to take care of Martha—that was axiomatic!
With all the intelligent people she had ever known, it had been axiomatic that there was no answer.
That is merely the axiomatic expression of the things that belong to our peace.