doctrine[ dok-trin ]SEE DEFINITION OF doctrine
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DOCTRINE
I want you, moreover, to advocate our American doctrine of Protection.
How is the child to be secured its due share of both bodies of doctrine?
"That's a dangerous kind of a doctrine," said Uncle William.
The unexpected march of events had converted him to the doctrine of fatalism.
Reprimanded by its stern custodian, it explained that it was seeking a body of doctrine.
The doctrine that everything is God, in contradistinction to the doctrine that God is everything.
Come the doctrine from whom it might, the people felt it to be true.
This seems to me a doctrine that is above reason, but not contrary to it.
To the whole of this doctrine I could not, in honour, generosity, or delicacy accede.
The doctrine of the discourse was the reciprocal duty of pastor and people.