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1. principle

noun. ['ˈprɪnsəpəl'] a basic generalization that is accepted as true and that can be used as a basis for reasoning or conduct.

Synonyms

  • generalisation
  • yang
  • yin
  • generality
  • pillar
  • rule
  • feng shui

Antonyms

  • yin
  • black
  • light
  • white

Etymology

  • principe (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • principium (Latin)

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Rhymes with Pauli Exclusion Principle

  • subprincipal
  • principal

2. principle

noun. ['ˈprɪnsəpəl'] a rule or standard especially of good behavior.

Synonyms

  • accounting principle
  • chivalry
  • moral principle
  • value orientation
  • value
  • legal principle
  • judicial principle
  • scruple
  • judicial doctrine
  • value-system
  • Hellenism
  • ethic
  • accounting standard

Antonyms

  • dark
  • underestimate
  • undervalue
  • overestimate

Etymology

  • principe (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • principium (Latin)

3. principle

noun. ['ˈprɪnsəpəl'] a basic truth or law or assumption.

Synonyms

  • basics
  • pleasure-unpleasure principle
  • bedrock
  • insurrectionism
  • dictate
  • fundamental principle
  • basic principle
  • Tao
  • fundamentals
  • conservation
  • natural law
  • pleasure principle
  • pleasure-pain principle
  • law
  • reality principle

Antonyms

  • reality principle
  • importance
  • unimportance
  • worthlessness

Etymology

  • principe (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • principium (Latin)

4. principle

noun. ['ˈprɪnsəpəl'] a rule or law concerning a natural phenomenon or the function of a complex system.

Synonyms

  • Gresham's Law
  • Le Chatelier's law
  • law of parsimony
  • superposition principle
  • localization
  • law of nature
  • Le Chatelier's principle
  • Le Chatelier principle
  • principle of superposition
  • Occam's Razor
  • principle of liquid displacement
  • superposition
  • mass-action principle
  • localisation of function
  • law
  • Gestalt principle of organization
  • Gestalt law of organization
  • Naegele's rule
  • Ockham's Razor
  • principle of parsimony
  • localization principle
  • mass action
  • localization of function
  • Le Chatelier-Braun principle
  • principle of equivalence
  • localisation principle
  • localisation
  • mass-energy equivalence
  • rule

Antonyms

  • disesteem
  • disrespect
  • look down on
  • lightness

Etymology

  • principe (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • principium (Latin)

5. principle

noun. ['ˈprɪnsəpəl'] (law) an explanation of the fundamental reasons (especially an explanation of the working of some device in terms of laws of nature).

Synonyms

  • rationale
  • explanation

Antonyms

  • civil law
  • international law
  • discourtesy

Etymology

  • principe (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • principium (Latin)

6. principle

noun. ['ˈprɪnsəpəl'] rule of personal conduct.

Synonyms

  • caveat emptor
  • higher law
  • ethic
  • moral principle
  • ethical code
  • precept
  • prescript
  • rule

Antonyms

  • particularity
  • specific
  • individuality
  • nonspecific

Etymology

  • principe (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • principium (Latin)

7. exclusion

noun. ['ɪksˈkluːʒən'] the state of being excluded.

Synonyms

  • debarment
  • banishment
  • state of affairs
  • situation
  • ostracism

Antonyms

  • body
  • cancer body
  • plasmid
  • encompassment

Etymology

  • exclusionem (Latin)

8. exclusion

noun. ['ɪksˈkluːʒən'] the act of forcing out someone or something.

Synonyms

  • blackball
  • deportation
  • ejection
  • banishment
  • ousting
  • ouster
  • barring
  • expulsion
  • defenestration
  • proscription
  • ostracism

Antonyms

  • equilibrium
  • rejection
  • praise
  • approbation

Etymology

  • exclusionem (Latin)

9. exclusion

noun. ['ɪksˈkluːʒən'] a deliberate act of omission.

Synonyms

  • elision
  • omission

Antonyms

  • inclusion body
  • cellular inclusion
  • Russell's body

Etymology

  • exclusionem (Latin)

10. Pauli

noun. United States physicist (born in Austria) who proposed the exclusion principle (thus providing a theoretical basis for the periodic table) (1900-1958).

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