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

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

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

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.

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

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

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.

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

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.