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

Synonyms:

noun
act
discipline, correction.
attribute
discipline.
cognition
subject, field, subject field, discipline, study, field of study, subject area, bailiwick.
command
power, grasp, sway, hold, charge, coordination, authority, will, reign, supremacy, sovereignty, commission, mandate, prowess, law, mastery, grip.
control
management, conn, oversight, government, leadership, domination, administration (of an estate), helm, direction.
discipline
study, check, condition, subject field, correction, branch of knowledge, field, subject area, train, correct, sort out, bailiwick, subject, field of study.
education
in formation, Propagandism, proselytism, book learning, inculcation, apprenticeships, apprenticeship, Pedagogics, learnedness, pedagogy, teaching, literacy, schooling.
field of study; subject of interest
curriculum, area, course, specialty, branch of knowledge.
instruction
instructions, chalk talk, instruction, groundings.
method
system, procedure, process, mechanism, way, schema, approach, tactic, technique, scheme, course, trajectory, method, program, manner.
order
law and order.
penalty
forfeiture, abatement, encumbrance, punishment, premium, judgment, correction, retribution, chastisement, penalty, deduction.
preparation
training.
punishment
price, rod, agony, chastisement, getting yours, crucifixion, correction, castigation, affliction, reprisal, incarceration, confinement, Punition, persecution, payment, revenge, verdict, imprisonment, execution, hell to pay, comeuppance.
regimen, training
cultivation, preparation, self-command, restraint, method, willpower, limitation, conduct, indoctrination, will, domestication, drill, practice, exercise, drilling, curb, regulation, self-mastery, self-government, subordination, development, self-control, orderliness, control, inculcation, self-restraint, strictness, education.
school
halls of ivy, seminary, schoolhouse, schoolhouses, school, Seminaries.
science
body of knowledge.
self-control
selfcontrol, self-discipline, self-constraint, strength of character, self-government.
severity
oppressiveness, crispness, acuteness, starkness, briskness, keenness, sternness, severity, astringency, acerbity, authoritarianism, preciseness, coolness, grimness, gruffness, matter-of-factness, sharpness, intensity, bluntness, bleakness, rigorousness, frostiness, strictness, meticulousness, correctness, chilliness, stringency, harshness, dryness, leanness, brusqueness, abruptness, austerity, causticity.
willpower
singlemindedness, fixity, single-mindedness, fixities.
verb
command
master, coordinate.
control
pilot, manage, supervise, lead, oversee, control, preside, administer, direct, steer, govern, superintend, harness, order, dominate, rule, execute, command, bridle.
penalize
handicap, discount, drawback, correct, Retribute, fine, abate, judge, penalize, forfeit, burden, punish, deduct, encumber, chastise.
punish
pillory, incarcerate, Keelhaul, imprison, persecute, avenge, reprise, afflict, castigate, torture, crucify, try, distress, lambaste, chasten, sentence, confine, anguish, agonize.
shame
mortify.
social
train, correct, condition, sort out, check, discipline.
Examples of usage:
  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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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