When you pay them more, it is axiomatic that they will spend more.
After Vietnam, it was axiomatic that the press would approach those in power with a skepticism verging on cynicism.
Yes, I know, it's not axiomatic that a vote against Upton means a loss.
It was always accepted by us as axiomatic until we took the Philippines.
It was axiomatic that there had to be some sort of vertical structure to society, naturally.
A boy smiles at the waste of time in telling him such an axiomatic or self-evident fact.
We must not assume any of the rights of property as axiomatic.
That principle is axiomatic in its truth: the heart will ever follow the head.
This is too axiomatic to enlarge upon, but the illustration is strong.
The former quotation gives, it may be incidentally mentioned, a good example of Herr Duehring's axiomatic grandiloquence.