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Correct spelling:
discipline
Definition:
Punishment; correction; chastisement.

Synonyms:

noun
act
correction, discipline.
attribute
discipline.
cognition
bailiwick, discipline, field, field of study, study, subject, subject area, subject field.
command
authority, charge, commission, coordination, grasp, grip, hold, law, mandate, mastery, power, prowess, reign, sovereignty, supremacy, sway, will.
control
conn, direction, domination, government, helm, leadership, management, oversight, administration (of an estate).
discipline
bailiwick, branch of knowledge, check, condition, correct, correction, field, field of study, sort out, study, subject, subject area, subject field, train.
education
apprenticeship, inculcation, learnedness, literacy, pedagogy, proselytism, schooling, teaching, Pedagogics, Propagandism, apprenticeships, book learning, in formation.
field of study; subject of interest
area, branch of knowledge, course, curriculum, specialty.
instruction
chalk talk, instruction, instructions, groundings.
method
approach, course, manner, mechanism, method, procedure, process, program, schema, scheme, system, tactic, technique, trajectory, way.
order
law and order.
penalty
abatement, chastisement, correction, deduction, encumbrance, forfeiture, judgment, penalty, premium, punishment, retribution.
preparation
training.
punishment
affliction, agony, castigation, chastisement, comeuppance, confinement, correction, crucifixion, execution, hell to pay, imprisonment, incarceration, payment, persecution, price, reprisal, revenge, rod, verdict, Punition, getting yours.
regimen, training
conduct, control, cultivation, curb, development, domestication, drill, drilling, education, exercise, inculcation, indoctrination, limitation, method, orderliness, practice, preparation, regulation, restraint, self-command, self-control, self-government, self-restraint, strictness, subordination, will, willpower, self-mastery.
school
school, schoolhouse, seminary, Seminaries, schoolhouses, halls of ivy.
science
body of knowledge.
self-control
self-discipline, self-government, self-constraint, selfcontrol, strength of character.
severity
abruptness, acerbity, acuteness, astringency, austerity, authoritarianism, bleakness, bluntness, briskness, brusqueness, chilliness, coolness, correctness, crispness, dryness, frostiness, grimness, gruffness, harshness, intensity, keenness, leanness, meticulousness, oppressiveness, preciseness, rigorousness, severity, sharpness, starkness, sternness, strictness, stringency, causticity, matter-of-factness.
willpower
fixity, single-mindedness, singlemindedness, fixities.
verb
command
coordinate, master.
control
administer, bridle, command, control, direct, dominate, execute, govern, harness, lead, manage, order, oversee, pilot, preside, rule, steer, superintend, supervise.
penalize
abate, burden, chastise, correct, deduct, discount, drawback, encumber, fine, forfeit, handicap, judge, penalize, punish, Retribute.
punish
afflict, agonize, anguish, avenge, castigate, chasten, confine, crucify, distress, imprison, incarcerate, lambaste, persecute, pillory, reprise, sentence, torture, try, Keelhaul.
shame
mortify.
social
check, condition, correct, discipline, sort out, train.
Examples of usage:
  1. You need discipline, and you will have it here. – A Very Naughty Girl by L. T. Meade
  2. All order, all discipline were lost. – The Campaigns of the British Army at Washington and New Orleans 1814-1815 by G. R. Gleig
  3. Graeme would have hardly acknowledged, even to herself, how much Arthur needed the discipline of this time, but afterwards she saw it plainly. – Janet's Love and Service by Margaret M Robertson
  4. I'll forgive you- but don't mind if I growl at you before Mrs. Ascott as she thinks I ought to discipline you. – The Firing Line by Robert W. Chambers
  5. Words were given us to conceal our thoughts, and with a little practice and self- discipline will conceal them even from ourselves. – Marge Askinforit by Barry Pain

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