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1. axiomatic

adjective. ['ˌæksiːəˈmætɪk'] evident without proof or argument.

Synonyms

  • self-evident
  • obvious

Antonyms

  • covert
  • prolix
  • obviousness

Etymology

  • ἀξιωματικός (Ancient Greek (to 1453))

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2. axiomatic

adjective. ['ˌæksiːəˈmætɪk'] of or relating to or derived from axioms.

Synonyms

  • postulational

Antonyms

  • patency
  • unapparent

Etymology

  • ἀξιωματικός (Ancient Greek (to 1453))

3. axiomatic

adjective. ['ˌæksiːəˈmætɪk'] containing aphorisms or maxims.

Antonyms

  • noticeability

Etymology

  • ἀξιωματικός (Ancient Greek (to 1453))

Example sentences of the word axiomatic


1. Adjective
It's axiomatic that you need some kind of soap solution to loosen grease because water alone, even hot water, can't cut it.

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