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more disciplined

adjective as in ascetic

adjective as in regimented

adjective as in trained

adjective as in spartan

adjective as in trained

adjective as in controlled

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Locals praise al-Nusra fighters, who stand out from their FSA counterparts, appearing more disciplined and reserved and soldierly.

He was educated at an elite Washington prep school and has been seen as more disciplined.

Santorum needs to be more disciplined in focusing his message on the middle class to win the night, while also winning the right.

And the place where image control is a more disciplined business is the East Wing, among Michelle Obama's staff.

The resolution I took was worthy of an older head and a more disciplined heart.

The resolution I took in doing this was worthy of an older head and a more disciplined heart.

They differed from lower mountains, not merely in being more compact, but in being more disciplined.

Slowly the picture of a better, happier, more disciplined England grew upon the minds of the meeting.

This process of mind, from contempt to toleration, has been experienced by more disciplined minds than Clara's.

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On this page you'll find 783 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to disciplined, such as: addicted, acclimatized, acquainted, adapted, confirmed, and familiarized.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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