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How to use axiomatic in a sentence
Yes, I know, it's not axiomatic that a vote against Upton means a loss.
After Vietnam, it was axiomatic that the press would approach those in power with a skepticism verging on cynicism.Nixon, Obama, and How We Lost Trust in the U.S. Government|Stuart Stevens|October 31, 2013|DAILY BEAST
When you pay them more, it is axiomatic that they will spend more.Obama Should Take on the Private Sector’s Wage Delusion|Daniel Gross|July 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
All it seems to mean is: really good, sells poorly—a relationship common enough in literary fiction as to feel axiomatic.
That his present purpose was righteous, he passionately believed; that one should pay his blood-debt seemed axiomatic.The Code of the Mountains|Charles Neville Buck
The same axiomatic proposition must dominate every legal task, but especially every task of criminal law.Criminal Psychology|Hans Gross
The strangest part of the matter is, that this doctrine seems to M. Comte to be axiomatic.August Comte and Positivism|John-Stuart Mill
Of course the real purpose of the game was to take care of Martha—that was axiomatic!
With all the intelligent people she had ever known, it had been axiomatic that there was no answer.