We take as **axiomatic** our rights as Americans.

There was a time when it was regarded as **axiomatic** that the earth is flat.

Treating this rule as **axiomatic** the Schoolmen elaborated their analyses of the sacrament of penance, distinguishing form and matter, attrition and contrition, mortal and venial sins.

Here, as so often elsewhere, the heresy of an elder day has come to seem almost an **axiomatic** truth.

It would be **axiomatic** to introduce myself in this situation.

It is **axiomatic** that the weather in Maryland is never the same for long.

These mathematical principles are **axiomatic** in nature.

Equilibrium is the product of an **axiomatic** system.

It's **axiomatic** to say that life is not always easy.

My coworker believes that several **axiomatic** facts of science and nature are false!

Throughout Europe the governing classes regarded this "union of throne and altar" as **axiomatic**.

Since the separation of powers was still deemed **axiomatic**, the directors had no voice in legislation or taxation, nor could directors or ministers sit in either house.

The nature of **axiomatic** certainty is part of the fundamental problem of logic and metaphysics.

The resemblance between the three systems is indeed so close that it has been assumed, almost as **axiomatic**, that they must have been framed from a single model.

This, in an elementary treatment of the subject, must be regarded as **axiomatic**; but it is really a simple case of mathematical induction.