Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an axiomatic manner. By the use of axioms; as an axiom or axiomatic truth. In logic, in the form of simple proposition. See axiom, 3.
- adv. By the use of axioms; in the form of axiom.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. on the basis of axioms
- axiomatic + -ally (Wiktionary)
“Granted that today women cannot afford to exclude themselves axiomatically from the military complex, where is the line to be drawn?”
“From a sector perspective, this means that the government's running a deficit on goods and services axiomatically translates into the rest of the economy's running a surplus.”
“I haven't tied this "axiomatically" - it's a result of years of observing players, and it emerges from my earlier studies on player types.”
“The pedant might note that the Internet, axiomatically, is all social media, but for the purposes of this discussion, let’s say that social media includes any digital environment built on the contributions of and interactions among people — or in the case of dogster. com, their dogs.”
“I have spent the evening remodelling my Introduction, so as to define the two terms axiomatically with my subsequent argument, and I find it greatly improved.”
“However, my deepest resentment is reserved for the so-called mainstream economics textbooks in which competition, and by implication monopoly, has been treated axiomatically, that is to say, as-a-matter-of-factly.”
“To be both liberal and democratic is to be axiomatically part of a club that examines itself.”
“We all used to be, axiomatically and for untold millennia, small.”
“Anyone who feared the gods therefore knew that he had to treat his fellow man fairly—showing deference to the elderly, not taking advantage of the weak, the poor, or the slave—or else the gods, since they were axiomatically associated with fairness, might go after him for not doing so.”
“It was billed as a big speech on the Middle East, the assumption being that if you are the president of the United States and you devote 45 minutes to the topic, the course you set will axiomatically influence events on the ground.”
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