disciplinary

[ dis-uh-pluh-ner-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF disciplinary

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISCIPLINARY

It is held to be of disciplinary value, especially in strengthening the memory.

They are devised for disciplinary, postural, developmental, and health purposes.

On this account he was haled before the disciplinary committee of the faculty.

"I don't mean for disciplinary purposes," the captain growled.

If they are true, are you proceeding in the disciplinary way against me?

Just this, that they are moving him to the Disciplinary Battalion; and it is you who are the cause of it.

Their authority is not in shoulder-straps, titles or disciplinary measures.

The intent of Penance is educational, disciplinary and medicinal.

There is doubtless a disciplinary value in the study of physical science.

It is disciplinary and corrective both for themselves and others.

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