disciplines[ dis-uh-plin ]SEE DEFINITION OF disciplines
Synonyms for disciplines
Antonyms for disciplines
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISCIPLINES
Now there are some disciplines that we need to follow as we engage in the dialogue of love.
Why should fasting occupy a place in the disciplines of religion?
He goes on to tell of certain intellectual qualifications and disciplines.
Like disciplines, professions have unique characteristics, as defined by Flexner.
The author does not say "the other five disciplines," but merely "other five."
So that all the commands and disciplines came easily to him.
The importance of a proper attitude on the part of one who disciplines.
And such propositions we have only derived from other disciplines.
Other disciplines must be studied and examples from the daily life must be sought.
Other disciplines are justified to assert such additional propositions, but is ours?
early 13c., "penitential chastisement; punishment," from Old French descepline (11c.) "discipline, physical punishment; teaching; suffering; martyrdom," and directly from Latin disciplina "instruction given, teaching, learning, knowledge," also "object of instruction, knowledge, science, military discipline," from discipulus (see disciple (n.)).
Sense of "treatment that corrects or punishes" is from notion of "order necessary for instruction." The Latin word is glossed in Old English by þeodscipe. Meaning "branch of instruction or education" is first recorded late 14c. Meaning "military training" is from late 15c.; that of "orderly conduct as a result of training" is from c.1500.