disgyblaeth, ddisgyblaeth, disgyblaethau, ddisgyblaethau, nisgyblaeth, nisgyblaethauddisgyblu, disgyblu, gwastrodi, ngwastrodi, nisgyblu, wastrodidisgyblent, disgybla’, disgyblaf, disgyblai, disgyblais, disgyblaist, disgyblan, disgyblant, disgyblasai, disgyblasant, disgyblasech, disgyblo, disgyblasent, disgyblasid, disgyblasit, disgyblasoch, disgyblasom, disgyblaswn, disgyblech, disgybled, disgyblem, disgyblen, disgybloch, disgybler, disgybles, disgyblest, disgyblet, disgybli, disgyblid, disgybliff, disgyblir, disgyblith, disgybla, disgyblasem, disgyblodd, disgyblom, disgyblon, disgyblont, disgyblwch, disgyblwn, disgyblwyd, disgyblwyf, disgyblych, ddisgyblent, ddisgybla’, ddisgyblaf, ddisgyblai, ddisgyblais, ddisgyblaist, ddisgyblan, ddisgyblant, ddisgyblasai, ddisgyblasant, ddisgyblasech, ddisgyblo, ddisgyblasent, ddisgyblasid, ddisgyblasit, ddisgyblasoch, ddisgyblasom, ddisgyblaswn, ddisgyblech, ddisgybled, ddisgyblem, ddisgyblen, ddisgybloch, ddisgybler, ddisgybles, ddisgyblest, ddisgyblet, ddisgybli, ddisgyblid, ddisgybliff, ddisgyblir, ddisgyblith, ddisgybla, ddisgyblasem, ddisgyblodd, ddisgyblom, ddisgyblon, ddisgyblont, ddisgyblwch, ddisgyblwn, ddisgyblwyd, ddisgyblwyf, ddisgyblych
Noun(1) a branch of knowledge(2) a system of rules of conduct or method of practice(3) the trait of being well behaved(4) training to improve strength or self-control(5) the act of disciplining
Verb(1) develop (a child's or animal's(2) punish in order to gain control or enforce obedience
(1) Physical punishment is not the most effective way to discipline children.(2) a lack of proper parental and school discipline(3) Fasting is all about self control and discipline .(4) Anthropology is a social science discipline whose primary object of study has traditionally been non-Western, tribal societies.(5) What's needed from me is a little bit more control and discipline .(6) She displays all the skills of her craft with discipline controlled by passion.(7) every month discipline yourself to go through the file(8) They know that forms of discipline which reward good behaviour, rather than punishing the bad, are more effective, safer and promote better relationships at home.(9) It is the job of supervisory departments and public prosecutors to discipline and punish the relevant departments.(10) Equally, while a parent cannot be made to love his child, he can be limited by the law in how far he can use physical punishment to discipline his child.(11) It takes discipline or self control on the part of the trainer to make the horse into a disciple or follower, to cause the horse to willingly follow your lead.(12) Historians of psychology frequently grumble about the marginal status of historical scholarship within the discipline of psychology.(13) To effectively discipline a child, parents must have set rules and reasons to reinforce them.(14) It goes back to the basics of art in film by a self-imposed discipline of 10 ├ö├ç├┐rules'.(15) His rule reveals an extremely severe discipline and detailed penal code.(16) Sparta was, as you know, a military state, so to be ├ö├ç├┐Spartan├ö├ç├û is to adhere to a code of military discipline .
(1) self-discipline :: hunan-ddisgyblaeth
1. control ::
2. good behavior ::
4. correction ::
5. bailiwick ::
6. train ::
7. control ::
8. punish ::
9. condition ::
10. sort out ::
Different Formsdiscipline, disciplined, disciplines, disciplining
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