- having or exhibiting discipline; rigorous: paintings characterized by a disciplined technique.
Origin of disciplined
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Examples from the Web for well-disciplined
Bill obeyed like a well-disciplined child, and with equal enthusiasm.The Law-Breakers
The Indians will never be a match for a well-disciplined European army.The Coming Conquest of England
The men of the Wessex Fusiliers are determined and well-disciplined fellows.Lady Bountiful
George A. Birmingham
The well-disciplined waiters had effaced themselves.16 Only we three were there.Aladdin & Co.
It showed the enemy had well-disciplined and practised crews.Famous Sea Fights
John Richard Hale
- having been strictly trained or conditioned to ensure good behaviour, orderliness, etc
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