Discipline v. t. means: To inflict ecclesiastical censures and penalties upon.
Discipline v. t. means: To inflict ecclesiastical censures and penalties upon.
Discipline (v. t.) means: To inflict ecclesiastical censures and penalties upon.
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Disciplinary (a.): Pertaining to discipline; intended for discipline; corrective; belonging to a course of training.
Discipline (n.): A system of essential rules and duties; as, the Romish or Anglican discipline.
Education (n.): The act or process of educating; the result of educating, as determined by the knowledge skill, or discipline of character, acquired; also, the act or process of training by a prescribed or customary course of study or discipline; as, an education for the bar or the pulpit; he has finished his education.
Demoralization (n.): The act of corrupting or subverting morals. Especially: The act of corrupting or subverting discipline, courage, hope, etc., or the state of being corrupted or subverted in discipline, courage, etc.; as, the demoralization of an army or navy.
Disciplined (imp. & p. p.): of Discipline
Disciplining (p. pr. & vb. n.): of Discipline
Disciple (v. t.): To punish; to discipline.
Disciplinal (a.): Relating to discipline.
Scleragogy (n.): Severe discipline.
Disciplinarian (a.): Pertaining to discipline.
Disple (v. t.): To discipline; to correct.
Indiscipline (n.): Want of discipline or instruction.
Disciplinableness (n.): The quality of being improvable by discipline.
Incorrection (n.): Want of correction, restraint, or discipline.
Penitentiary (a.): Used for punishment, discipline, and reformation.
Mulct (v. t.): Hence, to deprive of; to withhold by way of punishment or discipline.
Inurement (n.): Use; practice; discipline; habit; custom.
Trainer (n.): A militiaman when called out for exercise or discipline.
Self-discipline (n.): Correction or government of one's self for the sake of improvement.
Discipline (v. t.): To inflict ecclesiastical censures and penalties upon.
Discipline (n.): The subject matter of instruction; a branch of knowledge.
Discipline (v. t.): To educate; to develop by instruction and exercise; to train.
Discipline (v. t.): To improve by corrective and penal methods; to chastise; to correct.
Praxis (n.): Use; practice; especially, exercise or discipline for a specific purpose or object.
Martinetism (n.): The principles or practices of a martinet; rigid adherence to discipline, etc.
Discipline (n.): Subjection to rule; submissiveness to order and control; habit of obedience.
Behave (v. t.): To manage or govern in point of behavior; to discipline; to handle; to restrain.
Tutor (n.): An officer or member of some hall, who instructs students, and is responsible for their discipline.
Covenant (n.): A solemn compact between members of a church to maintain its faith, discipline, etc.
Disciplinarian (n.): A Puritan or Presbyterian; -- because of rigid adherence to religious or church discipline.
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Words, slangs, sentences and phrases similar to Discipline
B/D means: Bondage and Discipline.
St. Peter's Needle means: Severe discipline
DANCING ON THE CARPET means: Called to an official's office for investigation or discipline
Hatless Dance means: A summary trial under the Code of Service discipline.
Crusher means: The Regulating Petty Officer in charge of administration and discipline.
have a dab at something means: Vrb phrs. To attempt something. E.g."I had a dab at the army when I was young, but hated the discipline." [Mainly North-west use]
RPO means: Regulating Petty Officer. Responsible to the Coxswain for the application of discipline and routine.
bondage means: Sexual practice in which a participant is restrained or otherwise tied up, for whipping or other discipline. The use of handcuffs, ropes, and related items, used to physically immobilize one's sex partner.
Master-At-Arms means: The person empowered by the captain to be responsible for keeping order, maintaining discipline, taking charge of prisoners, etc. on a ship or in a shore station
REGIMENTAL means: Regimental is military slang for maintaining or observing strict discipline.
Old School means: adj./adv. old-fashioned, of the old style, etc. Usually a term of respect for the past greats of whatever discipline you're talking about (e.g., Do it old school like Elvis)
Master-At-Arms means: A non-commissioned officer responsible for discipline on a naval ship. Standing between the officers and the crew, and commonly known in the RN as "the Buffer". In the RCN this position has been replaced by the Ship's Coxswain.
discipline means: Training or treatment to correct or punish, for example, spanking with a strap or paddle across the backside. This generates histamines which makes some people high. Others like the feeling of forgiveness they experience after punishment. As with any sexual activity, there are a myriad reasons for enjoying it.
BDSM means: Short form of, in turn, Bondage and Discipline, Domination and Submission, and Sadism and Masochism. BDSM A catch-all term for a broad array of sexual practices that is used to describe the activities of the leather community.
MANNERS means: under heavy discipline or punishment. for example when Kingston is under "heavy manners", they have a curfew or call out the army.
Coxswain (also Cox'n) means: 1. The coxswain is the senior non-commissioned officer on board. He is the link between the officers and the enlisted men, other than that provided by the divisional system. He is responsible for routine and discipline. 2. The seaman in charge of a ship's boat when it is from the ship.
SCONCE means: Sconce was Oxford university slang for a fine imposed for a breach of university discipline. It is now a challenge to an undergraduate to drink a tankard of beer in one draught as a penalty for a minor misdemeanour such as a breach of etiquette.Sconce is slang for the head, the skull and also, brains, sense and discretion.
hieroglyphics in this magical text means: B&D hieroglyphics used in want ads, bondage and discipline S/M hieroglyphics used in want ads, sadomasochism Ms hieroglyphics used in want ads, masochists w/e; w/end hieroglyphics used in want ads, well endowed, well hung clean hieroglyphics used in want ads, circumcised, clean cut Gr act hieroglyphics used in want ads, Greek active, i.e. anal insertor Gr pas hieroglyphics used in want ads, Greek passive, i.e. anal receptor Fr act hieroglyphics used in want ads, French active, i.e. oral insertor Fr pas hieroglyphics used in want ads, French passive, i.e. oral receptor li S/M hieroglyphics used in want ads, light (mild) sadomasochism CP corporal punishment C/B/T/T cock, ball and tit torture W/S water sports, i.e. urinating etc J/O jack off, i.e. masturbation FF fist fucking Lv's Levi's, including denim fone frk phone freak, i.e. dirty talk etc. gdlk good looking, i.e. godlike LIAHO Let It All Hang Out HWP height, weight, proportional. used in want ads
Toe the line means: The space between each pair of deck planks in a wooden ship was filled with a packing material called "oakum" and then sealed with a mixture of pitch and tar. The result, from afar, was a series of parallel lines a half-foot or so apart, running the length of the deck. Once a week, as a rule, usually on Sunday, a warship's crew was ordered to fall in at quarters -- that is, each group of men into which the crew was divided would line up in formation in a given area of the deck. To insure a neat alignment of each row, the Sailors were directed to stand with their toes just touching a particular seam. Another use for these seams was punitive. The youngsters in a ship, be they ship's boys or student officers, might be required to stand with their toes just touching a designated seam for a length of time as punishment for some minor infraction of discipline, such as talking or fidgeting at the wrong time. A tough captain might require the miscreant to stand there, not talking to anyone, in fair weather or foul, for hours at a time. Hopefully, he would learn it was easier and more pleasant to conduct himself in the required manner rather than suffer the punishment. From these two uses of deck seams comes our cautionary word to obstreperous youngsters to "toe the line."
Disciplinary means: Pertaining to discipline; intended for discipline; corrective; belonging to a course of training.
Discipline means: A system of essential rules and duties; as, the Romish or Anglican discipline.
Education means: The act or process of educating; the result of educating, as determined by the knowledge skill, or discipline of character, acquired; also, the act or process of training by a prescribed or customary course of study or discipline; as, an education for the bar or the pulpit; he has finished his education.
Demoralization means: The act of corrupting or subverting morals. Especially: The act of corrupting or subverting discipline, courage, hope, etc., or the state of being corrupted or subverted in discipline, courage, etc.; as, the demoralization of an army or navy.
Disciplined means: of Discipline
Disciplining means: of Discipline
Disciple means: To punish; to discipline.
Disciplinal means: Relating to discipline.
Scleragogy means: Severe discipline.
Disciplinarian means: Pertaining to discipline.
Disple means: To discipline; to correct.
Indiscipline means: Want of discipline or instruction.
Disciplinableness means: The quality of being improvable by discipline.
Incorrection means: Want of correction, restraint, or discipline.
Penitentiary means: Used for punishment, discipline, and reformation.
Angle means: To use some bait or artifice; to intrigue; to scheme; as, to angle for praise.
Diluent means: Diluting; making thinner or weaker by admixture, esp. of water.
Geranine means: A valuable astringent obtained from the root of the Geranium maculatum or crane's-bill.
Spare means: Slow.
Unmerciful means: Not merciful; indisposed to mercy or grace; cruel; inhuman; merciless; unkind.
POPSY means: Popsy is British slang for an attractive young woman.
Walking bass or walking rhythm means: an energetic four-beat rhythm pattern.I really dig the way Earl plays the 88's. He plays the tune with his left hand and a "walking bass" with his right.
shit-hot means: Excellent. very good.
Baby means: sexy, groovy person or someone you love
Swap means: When you and a friend (or nail buddy) swap polishes, nail supplies and/or treats. (Also see “Nail Mail.”)
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