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Word of the Week: Part 24

Word: Axiomatic

Have you ever heard, read, or used the word axiomatic? Do you know what this word means? ❓❓❓

According to Oxford Dictionary, the definition of axiomatic is:

“​true in such an obvious way that you do not need to prove it.”

As stated by Merriam-Webster Dictionary, the synonyms of axiomatic are prima facie and self-evident. The antonyms of axiomatic are arguable, contestable, debatable, dubious, etc.

The word axiomatic can be used when you’re trying to explain something so obvious that it’s self explanatory, and few people would argue. For instance, it is axiomatic that doctors are smart. 🧑‍⚕️

When people use axiomatic in their statement, that means they’re saying something that is obviously true (according to them, at least) and therefore further arguments would be pointless. 😌

Another example is “it is an axiomatic fact that COVID-19 is a serious virus and therefore should be taken cautiously.”

So if axiomatic is used to show that a certain statement is obviously true, an axiom is that self-evident truth in a statement. 💯

You can check out some examples of sentences using the word axiomatic to understand the word more!

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